HOW STEVE JOBS LINKED UP WITH IBM The surprising alliance makes Bill Gates mad, and forces software companies and computer retailers to take notice of Next. A hot new computer war is on

Schlender, Brenton R.; Erdman, Andrew
October 1989
Fortune;10/9/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 8, p48
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