The first 100 days

Fliegel, Tova
July 1996
Macworld;Jul96, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p36C
Reports on the first 100 days of Gil Amelio as Apple Computer Inc.'s chairman and chief executive officer. Liquidation of assets and reduction of head count; Renewal of ties with International Business Machines and Motorola; Renouncement of technologies and services that were not widely adopted. INSET: Analysis: Moving Apple forward, by Adrian Mello..


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