Today in the history of Apple: Apple's future CEO, John Sculley, was born

  April 6: Today in the history of Apple: Apple CEO born John Sculley April 6, 1939: John Sculley was born in New York. He will grow to be hailed as a business and marketing genius, ultimately overseeing Apple's transformati into the world's most profitable persal computer company.

After a distinguished stint as president of Pepsi-Cola, Sculley will take third place as CEO in 1983. He led Apple for 10 years, guiding the creati of the revolutiary Newt MessagePad. During the Sculley decade at the helm, Apple sells more persal computers than any other company. But most people still remember him for his role in chasing Steve Jobs from Apple.

Selling Sweet Water, Changing the World

Before his decade at Apple, Sculley had no experience in selling technology products. Still, Jobs has attracted Sculley to Pepsi's Apple with e of the most famous lines in business: "Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sweet water or do you want a chance to change the world? "

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