He was once a leading light of the business community, a former big wig at PepsiCo (he was the brains behind the Pepsi Challenge) and one-time boss of Apple. He was often to be seen hob-knobbing with American presidents. He is, of course, John Sculley.
After a prolonged spell in the wilderness following his ousting from Apple, Sculley is back as the principal investor in a Californian Internet start-up, LiveWorld Productions. Those who remember Sculley from his Apple days will recall him as the inspiration behind the company's troubled Newton PDA. Rather worryingly, his new company has been formed from the remnants of eWorld, the on-line service Apple dumped earlier this year.
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