Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to appear at a new technology conference hosted by The Wall Street Journal dubbed WSJDLive this October. Apple executives including Steve Jobs have appeared at past “D” conferences hosted by former WSJ employees Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. WSJDLive appears to be a continuation of sorts of those conferences, […]
A new profile of Apple published Wednesday offers a behind-the-scenes look at what has changed at since the death of cofounder Steve Jobs, including how CEO Tim Cook navigated a series of internal shakeups to arrive at the company we see today.
Don’t expect to bump into Apple’s design guru on your next coach flight. When Jony Ive hits the skies he flies private. In fact, according to an Apple profile by Business Week, Sir Jony Ive cuts through clouds in the … Read more ›
Although he passed away in 2011, the memory of Steve Jobs still touches everything that Apple does. His presence isn't just felt in the products of the company, but in his old office as well. In a new interview with Business Week about the iPhone 6,...
There may only have been one Steve Jobs, but a recent article from Fast Company draws some interesting parallels between Jobs and Nest CEO, Tony Fadell — previously known as the Apple employee most synonymous with the iPod. Alongside his obsessive focus … Read more ›
Despite Steve Jobs' assertion at the launch of the iPad in 2010 that it was more of a "content consumption tool" than something that people would use to create content, exactly the opposite has been true. Musicians use iPads on stage for a variety of...
In the age of Retina displays and App Stores, Apple's MessagePad -- lovingly referred to as the "Newton," after its OS -- isn't a terribly capable device. It was axed from the company's lineup shortly after Steve Jobs returned to the company, but...
As spotted by Gary Allen of ifoAppleStore, this replica of Steve Jobs in a lounge chair and with an apple has to the be the most disturbing iPhone 6 line-waiter ever. The video reportedly was taken at the Ginza (Tokyo) Apple store.....
Few people will remember that Apple founder Steve Jobs gave an interview to Playboy back in 1985. As with most long interviews with the late CEO, it's filled with fantastic nuggets about his life, Apple, and the future of computing. We pulled out our 15 favorite quotes and anecdotes for you to check out. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs is famous for being a perfectionist visionary (who had a bit of a thorny side). However, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Charlie Rose in a long and heartfelt interview that he doesn't think that anything written about Jobs fully captures him. Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, he declared himself interim CEO. He wanted someone else to be Apple’s full-time CEO, so he could be the chairman and focus on his other job at Pixar. Joe Costello was one of the people interviewed for that position in 1997. Show More Summary
In an interview with CBS News' Charlie Rose, Apple CEO Tim Cook was effusive — especially about his predecessor, Steve Jobs. In the interview, Rose prodded Cook about the expectations surrounding his role as Apple's CEO. "There was the question," said Rose. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook began working for the company in 1998. He was recruited by Steve Jobs from Compaq, where he was perfectly content. But Apple was persistent about Cook coming in for an interview, so Cook caved. Cook tells Charlie Rose how he wound up at Apple. Show More Summary
Joe Costello is the Chairman and CEO of a startup called Enlighted, a lighting sensor network company that brings connected devices to the workplace. He’s been mostly involved with startups in the past decade, but in the 90s, Costello used to be one of the biggest star CEOs in tech. Show More Summary
Apple fans will never revel in the glory of another Stevenote. But an essay that imagines how Steve Jobs would have introduced the Apple Watch just might be the next best thing. Lesson No. 1: He wouldn’t have called it … Read more ›
Tim Cook sat down with Charlie Rose for what looks like a pretty unscripted interview. A couple of clips have been made available ahead of the first part airing on television tonight, including Cook’s admission that Steve Jobs’ office at … Read more ›
Apple CEO Tim Cook just completed an in-depth interview on "The Charlie Rose Show" that airs Friday night and again on Monday on PBS. In that interview, Cook elaborated on Apple founder Steve Jobs' continued relevance to the company....Show More Summary
In an excerpt from an interview with Charlie Rose, Tim Cook revealed that Steve Jobs’s office “is still left as it was” on the fourth floor of Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino. “His name is still on the door,” said Cook. That says a … Read more ›
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke with Charlie Rose in a two-part interview, and the first segment is airing today. In a series of video clips, Tim Cook talks about Steve Jobs, Apple's Beats Electronics acquisition, the Apple TV, and Apple'sShow More Summary
In an upcoming PBS interview with Charlie Rose, set to air Friday night, Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses the company's current product lineup, Beats, Apple TV, Steve Jobs' legacy and hints at new product categories that "no one knows about."