John Sculley talks about the Steve Jobs that he knew
In a new interview, former Apple CEO John Sculley spoke at length about his relationship with Steve Jobs. Sculley, who served as CEO from 1983 to 1993, after coming over from Pepsi, talked about his friendship with Jobs, and how the late Apple co-founder is often mis-characterized in popular culture.
While Jobs has often been portrayed as a tyrannical micro-manager, Sculley says that these aspects of Jobs have often been exaggerated. From The Telegraph:
Sculley said that Steve Jobs, the upcoming biopic, will shed more light on what he sees as the real Jobs. The movie is out October 9, starring Michael Fassbender as Jobs, with Jeff Daniels playing Sculley.
Source: The Telegraph
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