So Apple Isn't Applesauce

It's back in the black--and has some growth prospects

Leaving Fort Wayne, Ind., to attend the semiannual Macworld trade show in San Francisco, Brad Bradley had all but given up on Apple Computer Inc. A faithful Macintosh user for years, the executive with Fort Wayne Metals was ready to trade in the company's Macs for Windows machines. "I was really starting to question Apple's future viability," says Bradley.

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