Name the Greatest Business Partnerships

Asked by Forbes.com to name his top five historical partnerships, Harvard Business School Dean Jay Light produced this unlikely list:
  1. Marie and Pierre Curie
  2. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
  3. Larry Bird, Robert Parish and Kevin McHale
  4. Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard
  5. James D. Watson and Francis Crick
Lewis and Clark are highlighted, for example, because they are a fine example of complementary opposites. Writes Light:
"Lewis and Clark bonded over a shared love for the outdoors, but they had markedly different personalities. Lewis was a moody, introverted intellectual with a deep knowledge of cartography and natural science. Clark was the gregarious extrovert with a natural flair for leadership. Lewis needed Clark to keep up the esprit de corps through three arduous years while he focused on scientific discovery. Clark simply needed a job."
Dear readers, let's create our own lists, but confine your nominations to business leaders. No politicos, sports stars or musicians, please.

Here's my nomination: Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. At the dawn of the personal computer generation, Wozniak had the technical genius and Jobs had the marketing instincts to transform early attempts at a personal computer such as the Altair, which appealed to hobbyists, into an eventually mainstream consumer electronics device.

Who would you nominate to the Business Partnership Hall of Fame?