Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 7th Jun 2010 22:31 UTC
Apple "As Apple's CEO introduces his new iPhone today, and its market cap passes Microsoft's, the man who infamously fired him, John Sculley, tells The Daily Beast's Thomas E. Weber about his regrets, their rift - and how their partnership could have worked: Jobs should have been CEO, and Sculley's boss, rather than the other way around. Plus, other 1985 board members on Jobs then and now, and where they are today."
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Rewriting history
by xmv_ on Mon 7th Jun 2010 23:19 UTC
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No point rewriting history.
If Jobs didn't get fired, maybe Apple would not exist today.
It's too difficult to say. Maybe it would exist but in a different form. It's highly likely that it wouldn't be as successful as it is now.

Ah, humans...

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