Photos: Sun's head honchos, then and now

Photos: Sun's head honchos, then and now

Summary: Company cofounders in the good old days in 1982 when Sun was a start-up.

TOPICS: Start-Ups

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  • Sun's leaders in 1982...

    The four founders of Sun Microsystems stand around one of the company's early workstations in 1982. From left to right: Vinod Khosla, Bill Joy, Andy Bechtolsheim and Scott McNealy. An audience at an event at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. on Wednesday heard the story of how McNealy was reluctant to leave a full-time job to join the young company.

  • ...and in 2006

    Some 24 years later, the four co-founders reminisced about Sun's history at the Computer History Museum event. From left to right: Bill Joy, Scott McNealy, Vinod Khosla and Andy Bechtolsheim. At far right is John Gage, another early employee, who chatted with the executives about the times they tried to acquire Apple Computer and other stories.

Topic: Start-Ups

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