"I'm a Mac." "And I'm a PC."
As part of a cover feature in 1991, Fortune magazine invited Bill Gates and Steve Jobs to discuss the future of the PC. The young titans met at Jobs' Jackling House in Palo Alto, California on a Sunday evening, tech leaders at the height of their competitiveness; Jobs was CEO of NeXT, and Gates was already a billionaire.
As the pair discussed the direction of computing, photographer George Lange captured them sharing intimate moments while sitting on classic Eames lounge chairs, and the stairwell photo used for the Fortune cover is one of the few in existence of the ambitious duo voluntarily posing together for a portrait.