Obi reveals its first two low-cost smartphones from former Apple CEO John Sculley

| Global Business

It’s been more than 30 years since John Sculley became the CEO of Apple, where he presided over some of the company’s biggest hits — and the controversial ouster of its co-founder, Steve Jobs. Sculley was forced out of the company in 1993 after a series of missteps, but he never left the world of tech. He helped found the company that became MetroPCS Wireless, which was later acquired by the parent of T-Mobile. More recently, he co-founded Misfit Wearables, which makes activity trackers, a sleep monitor, and a color-changing lightbulb.

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