John Sculley, a tale for our times

Egan, Jack
February 1994
U.S. News & World Report;2/21/94, Vol. 116 Issue 7, p76
Opinion. Focuses on John Sculley, the former Apple Computer chief that joined Spectrum Information Technologies in October 1993. How Sculley is suing Peter Caserta, president of Spectrum, for $10 million, alleging that Caserta misled him about the company's condition and more; Spectrum's $300 million suit against Sculley for reneging on his contract; Suggestion that Sculley himself may have led shareholders astray; Lesson to be learned for stock investors.


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