Jobs buys Pixar from George Lucas for $10 million.
Nov. 22, 1995
Pixar releases "Toy Story."
Nov. 29, 1995
Pixar goes public, offering 6.9 million shares at $22 apiece. The stock offering raises $140 million, outpacing Netscape Communications as biggest IPO of the year.
Sept. 16, 1997
Jobs is of Apple but at Pixar.
TNT debuts the movie "Pirates of Silicon Valley" in which Jobs' early days are portrayed on film, with the Apple chief played by ER's Noah Wyle.
Oct. 23, 2001
April 11, 2003
that Apple is in talks to acquire the music business of Vivendi Universal.
April 28, 2003
Apple on the iTunes Music Store.
Oct. 16, 2003
Apple to Windows.
Jan. 29, 2004
Pixar announces it is ending talks with Disney to extend their five-picture deal.
Oct. 12, 2005
Apple and stocks iTunes store with thousands of music videos and a handful of TV shows from ABC and movie shorts from Pixar.
Jan. 24, 2006
Disney agrees to to acquire Pixar
Sources: Pixar Animation Studios, "Apple Confidential" by Owen Linzmayer, "The Second Coming of Steve Jobs" by Alan Deutschman.