Technically Incorrect: A Polish drinks brand features the Apple co-founder on the box for its cherry-rum tea.
An executive at the tech giant reportedly proposed a bid for Time Warner. That seems contrary to founder Steve Jobs’ recipe for success: reject “1,000 ideas” and focus only on the few good ones. But an aging iPhone, a tepid stock price and a cash pile risk making the mediocre tempting.
A survey sheds light on how startup CEOs deploy a battery of coaches, therapists, and support groups in order to thrive. Mark Zuckerberg. Steve Jobs. Elon Musk. Tony Stark. Only one of those four is fictional, but all share in a popular...Show More Summary
Best way to get revenge on the person who stole your Steve Jobs part? Well, as James Corden finds out above, making your rival (a.k.a. Seth Rogen) play "various scenery and stuff" in a Lion King crosswalk musical isn't quite it. In fact, that's actually a great way to let ... More »
Technically Incorrect: Speaking in Amsterdam, Cook jokes that he's not sure Steve Jobs actually invented Apple's iconic device.
"Apple Computer came to market yesterday and won," the New York Times wrote in 1980. On this day, Steven P. Jobs' (co-founder/major shareholder) net worth shot to $217 million. He was 25-years-old. Jobs has been covered ten ways to Sunday,...Show More Summary
Want to know what goes on inside the minds of billionaires, global leaders, and game-changers? Read what they read. No... The post Top 10 Books To Read Recommended By Barack Obama, Steve Jobs, And Elon Musk appeared first on Lifehac...
The entrepreneur, author and educator urged graduates of NYU's engineering school to come to grips with the fact that their time on earth is limited.
Steve Jobs understood something about marketing, which gave him a strong, competitive advantage. I’d like to share it with you. It’s easy to understand, simple to put into practice and can massively improve your results. Saying and doing...Show More Summary
At the memorial for his recently departed friend, Jony Ive recounted how he and Steve Jobs shared delicate new?—?and sometimes crazy?—?ideas in the pursuit of making something great. “Steve used to say to me?—?and he used to say this a lot?—?’Hey Jony, here’s a dopey idea.’ And sometimes they were. Show More Summary
Apparently what kicked this rant off was a question about the time he asked Mark Zuckerberg, via twitter, for $53 million with which he could, I don't know, start the Zoolander Academy for Kids Who Don't Read Good or whatever....
What made Apple such an innovative place? Was it just Steve Jobs? Or was there something more at play?
It may be hard to imagine a time before they existed, but Apple's retail stores celebrated their 15th birthday on Thursday. When they first opened, the concept of an Apple Store seemed like a risky proposition — The New York Times called...Show More Summary
"People don't want to just buy personal computers anymore"
Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer. It's rare, but it's responsible for the death of Steve Jobs, Patrick Swayze, among others. One reason it's so hard to treat? The pancreas, where the cancer starts, sits behind the stomach near a bunch of other important organs. Show More Summary
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is one of a handful of billionaires who have given a memorable commencement address over the years. Following are some of the most inspiring lessons to graduates from Oprah Winfrey, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs and others.
Most people have heard of John Sculley. And if they don’t recognize the name, you can jog their memory by saying ‘the Pepsi guy who ran Apple and threw out Steve Jobs’ and they’ll go ‘ahhh, that guy!’. But Sculley has done more than that, and is doing a lot more as well. Show More Summary
Just hours after Goldman unexpectedly weighed in bearishly on stocks, tactically downgrading global equities to Neutral over the next 12 months "on growth and valuation concerns" adding that "until we see sustained earnings growth, equities...Show More Summary
Steve Jobs claimed that dropping acid was one of the most important things he had ever done in his life. “LSD shows you that there’s another side to the coin,” he said, “and you can’t remember it when it wears off, but you know it.”Show More Summary