A Chat with Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak, and Atari Founder Nolan Bushnell Joins Us in Studio
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris welcomes the one and only “Woz”, Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak, onto the program to discuss his remarkable career as a pioneer in the high tech sector. Ron and Steve discuss Steve’s personal history, the early days of Apple, what Steve is up to nowadays, and what Steve thinks of the evolution of the computer industry since he and Steve Jobs launched their fledgling startup in April of 1976. And a man widely considered to be the father of the home video game system, Nolan Bushnell, the Founder of Atari, as well as Chuck E. Cheese, joins Ron in studio to discuss his remarkable story. And accountant Peter Ferraro from the firm Katz Ferraro McMurtry P.C. joins Ron to discuss some of the most pressing financial reporting and management issues that are keeping business owners up at night.
“The American Entrepreneur” meets “The Woz”, as Ron Morris and Steve Wozniak, one of the co-founders of Apple Computers, discuss a number of topics, from the early days of Apple Computer to the key players that were involved from Day one to Steve’s interaction with co-founder Steve Jobs, to “Segway Polo”. Joining Ron and Steve for the conversation is a special guest co-host, a man who once offered “The Woz” a job in his company, Nolan Bushnell, the Founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, among many other ventures.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris talks with a man widely considered to be the father of the modern video game system, Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, who is also the founder of Chuck E Cheese. Nolan discusses the earliest days of Atari, and how his vision for a new form of entertainment (and his vision for a place to put that entertainment in) begat two giant empires.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris talks with Peter Ferraro, an accountant with the firm of KFMR (Katz Ferraro McMurtry) CPA, about a number of business issues, including the most common financial reporting issues that keep his clients up at night.