Former Apple CEO John Sculley says Cook is doing a "terrific job"
Apple CEO Tim Cook has not gotten a lot of praise lately, but a former Apple CEO is coming to Mr. Cook's defense. Of course, there aren't too many former CEOs of Apple, and the ones that are still alive have a bit of a rocky relationship with Apple fans. John Sculley took over as CEO when Steve Jobs was ousted from his own company in 1985, and Sculley did preside over a period of revival for the company, but it didn't last.
Bushnell said that Tim Cook is no Steve Jobs; and, Sculley recently said about Cook:Still, very few men know what it is like to have to step into the shoes of Steve Jobs (although to be fair, the 30-year old Jobs that Sculley replaced was not nearly the same man as the 56-year old that Cook had to replace). About a week ago, Atari's Nolan
Sculley downplayed the market share that Apple has lost to competitors, and remained bullish on the company saying that "Cook is doing a terrific job", and that he is "very optimistic that Apple’s going to do just fine."