August 12, 1997 7:00 PM PDT

Apple: No clear strategy

A cash infusion from Microsoft, a new board, and a tough stand on clone makers have combined to ensure that Apple remains the talk of Silicon Valley. But a clear turnaround strategy has yet to emerge after Macworld Expo in Boston. CNET's NEWS.COM follows all the steps in its ongoing special coverage.

Second coming of Jobs

Latest developments
  Jobs memo outlines cost-cutting
  Apple to see more red
  Readers split on Apple deal update
  Power Computing IPO at risk
  Mac OS 8 sales on fire
  MS Mac support may change little update
  Apple product strategy still murky
  Apple stock slips after gains update
  Why is Wall St. hot on Apple? news analysis
  Apple to cloners: Drop dead
  Steve Jobs, then and now
A day of transition
  Microsoft invests $150 million
  Ellison, York join new board
  Jobs speech offers tough love news analysis
  Mixed reaction to new Apple strategy update
  Millions more may use Explorer
  Interviews and analysis CNET Radio
Clone war rages
  Apple gets tough on cloning
  Cloners, Apple haggle over software update
  Mac cloners take charge
  Motorola debuts clones with "CHRP" OS
  New PowerPC chips put to work
Products roll out
  Apple unleashes 350-MHz machine
  Motorola to show laptop clone
  New PowerPC chips debut update
  UMAX shows $1,000 Mac clones
Rocky road to Macworld
  The history of Apple timeline
  Jobs rejects chairman post July 31, 1997
  Amelio defends his record July 29, 1997
  The state of Apple's books July 16, 1997
  Amelio, Hancock resign July 12, 1997
  Apple execs criticize Amelio March 14, 1997
  The Apple-Next deal December 20, 1996

 

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