Amelio shoots straight with Apple shareholders

February 1997
Seybold Report on Internet Publishing;Feb97, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p23
Provides developments which transpired during Apple Computer Inc.'s annual shareholder meeting on February 5, 1997. Chief executive officer Gil Amelio's promise of additional budget cuts, freeze in bonuses for top executives and major changes in marketing and sales policies; Speculations on layoffs and product cuts; Licensing of Windows NT for the Macintosh.


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