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    The Mac at 30: Hardware and software wars – again and again
    hqewDate: Saturday, 2014-01-25, 4:02 PM | Message # 1
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    Feature The countdown continues as we step through the 10 most important events that have shaped the evolution of the Apple Macintosh over the past 30 years.
    Click here for Part 1... or read on.
    In this episode: the return of the prodigal son, the attack of the clones, the invasion of Chipzilla, and how an old enemy came to the rescue of an ailing rival...
    About 9:30am, Wednesday morning, 6 August 1997 – Microsoft tosses Apple a much-needed $150m bone
    Reg Hardware retro numbers
    Gather ’round, you millennials, and listen to your ol’ Reg hack as he recounts a tale from an age when the world was topsy-turvy, a time when Apple was on the ropes with its share price mired at five bucks and change, and Microsoft’s stock was rocketing upward to its eventual high point of nearly $60 per share in December 1999.
    This week, by comparison, Apple’s shares are selling at around $550, down from their peak of just over $700 in September 2012, and Microsoft is going for around thirty-five bucks. Things change.
    It was mid-1997. Apple CEO Gil Amelio had just been given his walking papers in what The New York Times termed an All topics about PCB technology http://pcb.hqew.net/special/“abrupt ouster” and “the latest unsettling development for a company whose recent history has often resembled a corporate soap opera”. Steve Jobs was back in charge and, as reported in BusinessWeek, he was not a happy camper.
    “The products SUCK!” he shouted at a group of Apple execs. “There’s no sex in them anymore!”
     
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