Steve Jobs' health problems By August 2011, Jobs' pancreatic cancer had worsened to the point where he knew there was little chance of him returning to Apple as full-time CEO. He talked over the decision to step down with his wife and close confidantes like Cook and Jony Ive.
In the case of Jobs, he didn't allow his initial failure at Apple to define his life . He went on to learn from his experiences, create more businesses, and eventually return to help make Apple great again. Embracing his failure gave him the motivation to move further forward.
°° There are different theories about why Jobs left (or was fired from) the Lisa development team. In a 2013 interview, Steve Wozniak said it was because Jobs openly blamed Apple and the Lisa group for making the computer “too expensive” and called them “idiots” .
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"Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life or do you want to come with me to change the world?" . This is one of the most famous sentences made by Steve Jobs. He made it to John Sculley in 1983, and then the CEO of Pepsi.
The year was 1985, and the CEO was Steve Jobs. After being forced out of Apple, Jobs quickly formed a new startup , NeXT. The company developed computers and software targeting the higher education and business markets.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley admits Steve Jobs never forgave him, and he never repaired their friendship , before Jobs died.May 27, 2015
Steve Jobs' failed takeover Sculley went on to call a May 24 meeting, which he attended along with Jobs. Jobs made his case by saying that he thought Sculley was bad for Apple, and the wrong person to run it. “You really should leave this company,” Jobs told Sculley.
Apple had failed with Lisa, had failed with the Apple 3 . The Apple 2 was near end of life, the company needed cash flow to fund development of the Macintosh.” The board empowered Sculley to remove Jobs as head of the Mac division, and eventually, as the Apple founder continued to agitate, as chairman of the company.
Sculley and Jobs never reconciled prior to Jobs' death in 2011 . "He never forgave me for that," Sculley told Business Insider in a 2015 interview.Jun 18, 2018