12 of 16: Steven P. Jobs, shown in this 1993 photo, became a billionaire Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1995, when a small digital studio he bought nine years ago went public to a storm of investor demand. In its first trading day, investors gave Pixar Animation Studios, the company that made the current No. 1 movie ``Toy Story,'' a market value of $1.46 billion. Jobs, who is Pixar's president, owns 80 percent of its 37.4 million outstanding shares. (AP Photo/Kristy Macdonald)

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