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June 4, 1987
The breach of contract suit, filed by Steven Kitchen and Woodside Design Associates in Redwood City, Calif., accuses Apple of reneging on a 1985 oral deal to acquire Woodside, developer of a flat-panel video screen for computers. The suit claims that Woodside's agreement with founder and then-Chairman Steven P. Jobs was broken once Jobs was ousted from power in a bitter dispute with John A. Sculley, president and now chairman.
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June 4, 1987
The breach of contract suit, filed by Steven Kitchen and Woodside Design Associates in Redwood City, Calif., accuses Apple of reneging on a 1985 oral deal to acquire Woodside, developer of a flat-panel video screen for computers. The suit claims that Woodside's agreement with founder and then-Chairman Steven P. Jobs was broken once Jobs was ousted from power in a bitter dispute with John A. Sculley, president and now chairman.
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November 16, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
Like Motown Records in the 1960s, Bravo is a network that likes to find a thing that works -- a "real housewife," say -- and do it again and again, with slight variations, until it doesn't. "Top Chef," which, with the departure of "Project Runway" to Lifetime, is the jewel in the network's reality-competition crown, Professional Domestic Arts Division, has already given birth to "Top Chef Masters," with a "Top Chef: Just Desserts" and the tentatively titled "Top Chef Junior" in the pipeline, or the oven, as the metaphor may more aptly be. The new "Chef Academy," in which Britain-based French celebrity chef Jean-Christophe Novelli comes to Los Angeles to "test" a new cooking school, is not actually a "Top Chef" spinoff, but the title does share the key word, which is enough to create a brand association in the viewer's mind -- in this viewer's mind, anyway.
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