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John Sculley becomes CEO of Apple Computers

John Sculley becomes CEO of Apple Computers - 8 April, 1983

8 April, 1983

John Sculley became the CEO of Apple Computers on 8th April 1959. He would hold the position till 1993.

Sculley had been recruited from PepsiCo by Steve Jobs. In a few years, bitter infighting ensued between Jobs and Sculley because of which Jobs had to resign from Apple on 17th September 1985.

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