Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley: Why Sensors Are the Future of Health Care Tech

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via: fortune.com Steve Jobs was the master magician of systemic change. In 1983, most Silicon Valley tech leaders foresaw a future of hundreds of millions of cheaper, faster, better computers primarily for business users. At that same time, Steve Jobs envisioned a very different future, with many billions of computers that would be incredibly easy …

‘Medicare for all’ is ‘crazy’: former Apple CEO John Sculley

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by Brian Sozzi Count former Apple CEO John Sculley among the many not in favor of the radical “Medicare for all” scheme being pushed by many Democratic presidential hopefuls. “I don’t picture any realistic outcome where there isn’t private insurance, it would be crazy. The system works,” Sculley said on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade. “The …

Former Apple CEO John Sculley On Exponential Time, And Living To Be 115

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via: forbes.com It’s been more than 25 years since former Pepsi CEO John Sculley was forced out of his leadership role at Apple in October 1993 — ending one of the most scrutinized business relationships in American history. The 79-year-old former CEO of what briefly became America’s first trillion-dollar company has been keeping busy. “I’m 79, but …

There will be increased awareness of how much innovation in health…

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John Sculley, RX Advance chairman and former CEO of Apple, joins ‘Squawk Alley’ to discuss how the healthcare industry is going to change following the midterm elections. There will be increased awareness of how much innovation in health care industry, says John Sculley from CNBC. Via cnbc.com

Amazon and Apple Getting Big Into Healthcare Won’t Be Easy: Ex Apple CEO Sculley

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Apple and Amazon have been rumored to eyeing bigger pushes into the healthcare market. Former Apple CEO John Sculley tells TheStreet such arrivals won’t happen so easily. Brian Sozzi It won’t be super easy for Apple (AAPL – Get Report) and Amazon (AMZN – Get Report) to make big pushes into the healthcare space. That is according to former …