The Second Comeback Of AppleBarbara Buell
A year ago, Apple Computer Inc. looked like a disaster in the making. High prices had turned off customers, and sales were stagnant. With its market share declining, software developers wondered if they should write programs for Macintosh. And within Apple, a revolving-door management seemed oblivious to its problems. For the second time in five years--the first was when Steven P. Jobs was forced out in 1985--Apple faced a debilitating crisis.
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