If you don’t know the name Ronald Wayne, don’t worry, you’re not alone. If you do know who Steve Jobs is, well there’s a reason for both. \n\nRonald Wayne was one of the co-founders of the Apple Computer Company, which would eventually become Apple Inc. Less than two weeks after the company’s origin, Wayne sold his 10% of shares for $800. \n\nWayne, apparently, was anxious about Job’s take on of so many loans and decided to bail. \n\nOf course, the rest is history. Apple Inc. is worth $3 trillion now. And Wayne ended up making a little bit of his money back: he sold the originally contract which freed him from his $AAPL obligation for over $1 million in the early 90s.