Former Apple CEO opens up about Jobs
Former Apple CEO John Sculley served as the company's chief executive from 1983 to 1993.
He was also in charge when Apple made one of the most infamous decisions in business history: firing Mr Jobs from his own company in 1985.
Mr Sculley now runs a company that invests and acquires other technology firms.
He spoke to the BBC's Sharanjit Leyl in Singapore about opportunities in Asia and looks back on his relationship with Mr Jobs.
- From the section Companies