The Fall of Steve Jobs
By Bro Uttal
Transforming Apple was a tougher task than Sculley first imagined. Under Jobs the company had acquired a near-maniacal focus on products: the chairman electrified Apple's corps with talk of "insanely great" new computers. By the beginning of 1984, though, Sculley had managed to consolidate Apple's divisions into just three: a sales division for all products, a division for the Apple II family of products, and one with the forthcoming Macintosh as its centerpiece and Jobs as its general manager.
An anthology of 17 classic stories spanning the years 1983 to 2011.
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