What Steve Jobs Learned From His Biggest Failure – Huffington Post


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What Steve Jobs Learned From His Biggest Failure
Huffington Post
In 1985, after Apple discontinued its poorly selling Lisa computer and faced flagging Macintosh sales, Jobs was ousted from his position as head of the company's Macintosh division. The decision came from the board of directors and CEO John Sculley,
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