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9 books that Steve Jobs thought everyone should read

Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs spent a lifetime learning what it means to be human by reading books. "The reason that Apple is able to create products like the iPad is because we've always tried to be at the intersection of technology and the liberal arts," Jobs once said. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs Movie to Showcase at New York Film Festival

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What Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, and 13 other tech visionaries were like in college

The tech industry is legendarily built on the brilliance of college dropouts. Steve Jobs didn't finish. Neither did Bill Gates or Larry Ellison. But just because they didn't all walk at graduation — or make it to their second semester — doesn't mean they weren't shaped by their years in the Ivory Tower. Show More Summary

11 crazy off-the-wall tributes to Steve Jobs — from tattoos to edible statues (AAPL)

Steve Jobs’ unwavering commitment to quality and innovation earned him many admirers throughout the world, and when an icon like him passes away, there will naturally be a flood of memorials. Books will be written, films made — in Jobs’ case, at least two. Show More Summary

This Shanghai company created a gold bust of Steve Jobs to motivate employees

People joke about Apple fanboys “worshiping” Steve Jobs, but a Shanghai company is taking this sentiment to a whole new level by actually creating a gold bust of the Apple visionary that welcomes employees when they come to work in the morning, Quartz reports. Show More Summary

Apple's HR chief: Working with Tim Cook 'actually helps you to be a better human being' (AAPL)

Denise Young Smith, Apple's vice president of human resources has been working as an HR exec for the company since 1997. That means she worked for both Steve Jobs and Tim Cook. At the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen she talked a little about what it's like to work for Cook after the Jobs era. Show More Summary

What we can all learn from the gutsy way 13-year-old Steve Jobs landed a job at HP

Cold calling usually gets you nowhere. Unless you happen to have the pluck of pre-teen Steve Jobs, and a copy of the Palo Alto phone book, in which case, cold calling will get you everywhere. Case in point: At 12, Jobs wanted to build a frequency counter, but he didn't have the parts. Show More Summary

This might be the only recent Apple product Steve Jobs would have loved (AAPL)

When Steve Jobs died in late 2011, many wondered how Apple would survive without its visionary captain. Thanks to the leadership of CEO Tim Cook, Apple has not just survived, but thrived: The company is more successful now than it's ever been — at times, more successful than any company in history. Show More Summary

A former Apple employee reveals the most memorable piece of advice he ever heard from Steve Jobs (AAPL)

Steve Jobs, the late co-founder and former CEO of Apple, is widely regarded as being one of the most influential leaders in technology and business. Dozens of inspirational quotes from Jobs have been uncovered throughout the years, including...Show More Summary

Steve Wozniak Weighs In on the Steve Jobs Trailer

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The first intense trailer for Aaron Sorkin's 'Steve Jobs' movie paints a picture of him like you've never seen

An official trailer for "Steve Jobs" just came out. In this version of the Jobs story, the Apple visionary is played by Michael Fassbender. Meanwhile, Seth Rogen plays Steve Wozniak. Oscar winning director Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire," "Trainspotting") and Oscar winning writer Aaron Sorkin ("The Social Network") bring the story to life. Show More Summary

Watch Michael Fassbender in the Snappy New Trailer for Danny Boyle’s ‘Steve Jobs

A new trailer for "Steve Jobs" gives viewers a bigger taste of Michael Fassbender as the Apple honcho.

The culture at Apple is so secretive that some employees didn't know they were working on the first iPad until Steve Jobs unveiled it on stage (AAPL)

Apple has a reputation for being extremely secretive in its day-to-day operations. Sometimes, employees might not even know which specific product they're working on, one former Apple intern who requested to be referred to as only Brad told Business Insider. Show More Summary

The real reason why Apple wanted to acquire Dropbox before it became a $10 billion startup (AAPL)

It is now tech folklore that Apple cofounder Steve Jobs once offered to buy Dropbox in its very early days, while describing its file storage service as a "feature, not a product." But once it was clear the offer would never materialize...Show More Summary

'The Last Guardian' will likely blow our minds — and it shouldn't even exist

In early 2007, the first iPhone had just been revealed by Apple president Steve Jobs on a stage in California.  Somewhere in Japan, a small team of acclaimed video game developers was reconvening after a two year hiatus. The goal was simple: to create a third game, as emotionally impactful and precedent-setting as the first two. Show More Summary

What it was like to create the Apple Store, according to the man who helped Steve Jobs build it (AAPL)

Apple has succeeded in a space where few of its competitors have — retail. Apple's brick-and-mortar stores have become a staple of the shopping experience for iPhone, Mac, and now Apple Watch shoppers. The company has managed to nail retail in a way that others haven't, as statistics comparing traffic in Apple Stores vs. Show More Summary

A former Apple employee describes what it was like to work on the design team under Steve Jobs (AAPL)

Former Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs had high standards for his employees. This was especially true for the design team, according to one person who previously worked at Apple. Jobs didn't work closely with every team at the company — but he kept close tabs on the Human Interaction division. Show More Summary

Here's what Steve Jobs thought of paying a monthly fee for music

Not much. "You don't want to rent your music." This was October 2003, at the launch of iTunes for Windows. His main point: You listen to your favorite song hundreds or thousands of times. So at $10 a month for 10 years, you would have paid more than $1,200 for that song. Show More Summary

Laurene Powell Jobs just paid $44 million for a multi-property estate in Malibu

Laurene Powell Jobs, widow to Apple genius Steve Jobs, just picked up a two-parcel property in Malibu for $44 million, Variety reports. The three-acre property was purchased under an LLC in March. It previously belonged to investment...Show More Summary

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