When a guy from the facilities team went to Jobs's office to pack up his belongings,
he saw a picture frame on the floor.
It contained a photograph of Jobs and Sculley in warm conversation,
with an inscription from seven months earlier:
"Here's to Great Ideas, Great Experiences, and a Great Friendship! John."
The glass frame was shattered. Jobs had hurled it across the room before leaving.
From that day, he never spoke to Sculley again.
Apple's stock went up a full point, or almost 7%, when Jobs's resignation was announced.
"East Coast stockholders always worried about California flakes running the company,"
explained the editor of a tech stock newsletter.
"Now with both Wozniak and Jobs out, those shareholders are relieved."
But Nolan Bushnell, the Atari founder who had been an amused mentor ten years earlier, told Time that Jobs would be badly missed.
"Where is Apple's inspiration going to come from? Is Apple going to have all the romance of a new brand of Pepsi?"