Computers: Shaking the Apple Tree

Shaking the Apple Tree

Apple Computer has become the symbol of American entrepreneurs. In his tax speech last week, President Reagan alluded to its two founders, Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak, who started the firm in a garage and set out on a "golden future." The President may have spoken too soon. Wozniak left the company in a huff in February after a disagreement over policy, and last week Jobs lost his position as director of the division that produces the company's powerful and popular Macintosh computer. The move came as part of a major company reorganization. John Sculley, Apple's chief executive and president whom...

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