Apple was just weeks away from bankruptcy in 1997 when Steve Jobs, newly anointed as interim CEO following his return to the company earlier that year, took to the stage at Macworld Expo in Boston. He used the opportunity to announce a cash injection from Microsoft that helped stabilize a precarious balance sheet, and in spite of the boos from the shocked crowd, likely saved the company. Fittingly registered by The First National Bank of Boston, this certificate might lack Jobs' signature, but stands as a reminder of a key moment in Apple lore. It arrives in a custom frame with acid-free mats and backing and a UV protective acrylic cover.
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