Temperatures are dropping and going outside is for suckers, so it’s not a bad idea to just stay the hell in and watch a movie. We’ve got a wide variety of home viewing options (and outlets) on tap this week, with two of last year’s favorites...Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in January of 2007, he remarked that phones at the time fell into one of two categories; On one hand you had phones that were powerful but extremely complicated to use, and on the other, you had phones that were easy to use but were rather feature limited. Show More Summary
Jim Schleckser, CEO of the CEO Project, explains why the best leaders are the ones who are crystal clear with their expectations.
Only a handful of products Steve Jobs introduced to the world became flops, but three years after Jobs was kicked out of Apple, the tech visionary unveiled his biggest failure ever: the NeXT computer. Video footage of Jobs’ first major...Show More Summary
Footage was thought lost until researchers discovered it while making the Steve Jobs film. Steve Jobs is remembered for accomplishing so many things: the creation of the Mac, the iPod, the iPhone, and Apple itself. Yet the man who has...Show More Summary
Credit Starting a business comes with truckloads of challenges and commitments, especially on the part of the business owner(s). Little wonder why the legendary Steve Jobs in his interview with Bill Gates talked deeply about having passion for your work. Show More Summary
It was announced this week that screenwriter Aaron Sorkin -- "The West Wing," "The Newsroom," "The Network" and "Steve Jobs" -- will write a Broadway adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Harper Lee novel "To Kill a Mockingbird." Seems...Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin is bringing Scout Finch to the spotlight. The Academy Award–winning screenwriter behind “The Social Network” and “Steve Jobs” is reteaming with producer Scott Rudin with a stage adaptation of “To Kill A Mockingbird” for the 2017–18 Broadway season. Show More Summary
The arc of Steve Jobs' career, and in particular his off and on-again relationship with Apple, is well established and widely known at this point. In brief, Jobs in 1985 worked at Apple and was growing increasingly frustrated by hisShow More Summary
Aaron Sorkin‘s tremendous screenplay for Steve Jobs may have been snubbed at the 2016 Academy Awards, but the acclaimed screenwriter and playwright isn’t taking any time to lick his wounds. While Sorkin will not visit the Oscar stage...Show More Summary
Business Insider recently published a list of the 50 richest people on earth with data provided by Wealth-X, a firm that conducts research on the super-wealthy. Of these 50 billionaires, only four (8%) are women — Steve Jobs' widow Laurene Powell Jobs, Mars Inc. Show More Summary
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Producer Scott Rudin this morning announced plans to bring Harper Lee's 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill A Mockingbird to Broadway during the 2017-2018 season. Aaron Sorkin, who scripted Rudin’s Social Network and Steve Jobs films, is adapting the novel. Show More Summary
The Apple Newton gets a bad rap, partly because of the bad handwriting recognition of the first version of the firmware, and mostly because Steve Jobs hated it. Those who know of the Newton love the Newton; it has an exceptionally well-designed...Show More Summary
Remember how Siri remote was the perfect spouse of the new Apple TV? The same can be said of the new Apple Pencil and the iPad pro. Apple haters may laugh at the irony that eight years prior to Apple Pencil, Steve Jobs ridiculed the idea of a stylus because it was klutzy. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs was an iconic leader, but would you like to work for him? He was ready to fire people on the spot, expected everyone to understand his ideas, and occasionally humiliated people publicly if they did not. In short, he struck fear into his subordinates. A great boss has to [...]
This Danny Boyle/Aaron Sorkin biopic, whose DVD release is imminent, tries to pack an eventful career into just over two hours. How well does it succeed?
BusinessInsider points us to an interesting and little-known story involving Steve Jobs and Donna Dubinsky. Though Dubinsky may not have the same level of name recognition as Jobs, she played an instrumental role at Apple back in the...Show More Summary
See all the best photo stories from January, including top products from CES, vintage robots dating back to 350 B.C., fitness gear, and our take on what the Steve Jobs movie got right and wrong.
Silicon Valley pioneer Donna Dubinsky was a middle manager at Apple in 1985 when then-chairman Steve Jobs proposed completely changing the company's distribution strategy. Dubinsky fought back against the plan – giving an ultimatum that...Show More Summary