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Today in Apple history: Mac clone-maker closes shop

January 31, 1998: Mac clone-maker Power Computing goes out of business, having auctioned off its office supplies and computers. Apple bought out Power Computing, once the fastest-growing PC company of the decade, the previous year. As a result, Power Computing shareholders receive Apple stock as a replacement. As it turns out, that may not have […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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