Knowledge Identifier: +John_Sculley
Born in 1939.
Countries: United States (44%), (30%), United Kingdom (7%)
Linked to: Apple Inc., PepsiCo, Brown University, Republican Party
In 1970, Pepsi set out to dethrone Coca-Cola as the market leader of the industry, in what would eventually become known as the Cola Wars
Bill Gates", discussing his time at Apple during the 1980s as CEO. In 2010, he was interviewed for "Cult of Mac" on the topics of Steve Jobs and design
Steve Jobs - In 1983, Jobs lured John Sculley away from Pepsi-Cola to serve as Apple's CEO, asking, "Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with me and change the world-"
Macintosh - However, Jobs' leadership at the Macintosh project did not last; after an internal power struggle with new CEO John Sculley, Jobs resigned from Apple in 1985
Apple Inc. - In 1985 a power struggle developed between Jobs and CEO John Sculley, who had been hired two years earlier
After Jobs left, the company experienced a turnaround in 1986, introducing a faster microprocessor and renaming "The Macintosh Office" "Desktop Publishing
Samir Arora - Arora worked for the Chairman and CEO of Apple Computer, John Sculley, from 1987 to 1991
The magazine "MacAddict" named the period between 1989 and 1991 as the "first golden age" of the Macintosh
Samir Arora - In 1991 Samir Arora worked on the first tablet Apple called Pen Mac. The project later was cancelled by John Sculley in favor of the Newton PDA
Also in 2003, Sculley was interviewed by the BBC for the television documentary "The World's Most Powerful" episode "Steve Jobs vs
On January 30, 2014, Sculley was a panelist at a forum organized by Zeta, which featured ad executives, marketers and and NFL executive to discuss the changes in the way companies market and reach consumers since Sculley's time at Apple in 1984 when the computer company featured what became one of the first iconic Superbowl ads - the 1984 commercial