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Today in Apple history: Spindler tells world Apple ‘is not a lame-duck company’

October 3, 1994: Under the heading “Spindler’s Apple,” BusinessWeek publishes a profile of the struggling tech company, 15 months into the reign of its new CEO, Michael Spindler. After collapsing Mac sales, the departure of John Sculley, massive latoffs, and a $188 million quarterly loss, Spindler wants to make clear that the worst is over. In […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture thro
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