Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs loses control of the Mac


April 10, 1985: During a fateful meeting, Apple CEO John Sculley threatens to resign unless the company’s board of directors removes Steve Jobs as executive VP and general manager of the Macintosh division. This triggers a series of events that will ultimately result in Jobs’ exit. The marathon board meeting — which continued for several […]

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