While we wait for WWDC 2010 to open for business in just over three hours, spare a thought for former Apple CEO, John Sculley, who tells The Daily Beast all about how much he regrets firing Steve Jobs.

Sculley still thinks their partnership could have worked — if Jobs had been the CEO, rather than the other way round.

The report also includes comments from other members of the Apple board in 1985, who discuss Steve jobs as he was then and as he is now. And we find out where they are today.

This was the board which fired Jobs in 1985 — he left to form NeXT, and came back to save the company he founded a dozen years later.

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