Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Aug 2006 20:33 UTC, submitted by Saad
Legal When Mac sales dropped off in 1985, Bill Gates personally wrote John Sculley suggesting that he license the Macintosh design to companies like Apollo, DEC and Wang, and establish the software as the industry standard. Apple declined, and Microsoft published Windows. Sculley was enraged, and eventually filed suit. After five years, Apple lost, but not before severely damaging its relationship with Microsoft (which accounted for 2/3 of all Mac software sales).
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RE: Sculley?
by Cloudy on Sat 26th Aug 2006 04:58 UTC in reply to "Sculley?"
Cloudy
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2006-02-15

Because Sculley's gone, and Jobs gets away with blaming him for all the mistakes.

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