By Rob Curran, Head of Customer Experience, Wunderman UK In 2005, Steve Jobs stood in front of a captive audience of students at Stanford University and told them to “Stay hungry. Stay foolish”. I like this quote. I’ve heard it again and again. Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs first introduced the iPhone back in 2007, the Apple co-founder laid out a rather modest goal for the company's revolutionary smartphone -- to sell 1 million units, a figure which at the time represented approximately 1% of the global smartphone market. Show More Summary
In the 2000s, if you wrote a press release for Apple, you could be sure that then-CEO Steve Jobs would read it, according to an article published in the Harvard Business Review on Wednesday. Turns out, the trick to a great press release is easy: write simply and clearly. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs was brilliant at driving his own vision. Elon Musk is the same way. They're just not good at driving yours or mine.
The iPad burst onto the tech scene in 2010 like a runaway train with no brakes, quickly and easily breaking every type of consumer electronics sales record imaginable. The narrative at the time was that Steve Jobs and Apple had doneShow More Summary
On August 24, 2011, Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs as the permanent CEO of Apple. He's been in charge ever since. So how's he doing after five years? Apple's earnings report for the quarter ended June 30 beat Wall Street's expectations, sending the stock up about 7% after hours. Show More Summary
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Times have most definitely changed. Steve Jobs famously said: "If you see a stylus, they blew it." With the release of the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil last year, Apple walked back on its stance on the stylus. A new patent filed in 2014,...Show More Summary
Apple has tapped a long-time employee and former member of Steve Jobs' executive team to lead its top-secret car project. According to Daisuke Wakabayashi of the Wall Street Journal, Bob Mansfield is now in charge of Apple's so-called "Project Titan" car project. Show More Summary
Apple has brought in one of its most highly regarded former executives to head up its secret automobile project, The Wall Street Journal reports. Bob Mansfield, who joined Apple in 1999 and was a top executive under Steve Jobs, lead the development of some of Apple’s biggest products, including the MacBook Air, iMac and iPad. Show More Summary
As Apple prepares to launch another iteration of the iPhone, how far has Tim Cook dragged the smartphone away from Steve Job's vision? How is the iPhone evolving to take into account modern market conditions? Is there such a thing as 'the iPhone' any more?
Interview with Jessica Amortegui Confucius advised: "Choose a job you love and you will never work a day in your life." Steve Jobs agreed, counselling: "The only way to do great work is to love what you do." The truth is a meta-analysis...Show More Summary
I finally watched the Steve Jobs movie the other night and truly pondered his genius and the impact he made on the world. When I broke into the business, we used electric typewriters that had the ability to erase a single letter. Times...Show More Summary
During the summer of 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created and sold 175 Apple-1 computers, marking the launch of what is now one of the most valuable, influential companies in the world. Only 60 or so of those original machinesShow More Summary
How to memorize faster with less effort. Increase your productivity & become successful at public speaking, parallel to Steve Jobs & John F. Kennedy.
At a time when Silicon Valley is so focused on software, Tony reminds us that being truly revolutionary requires a combination of both great hardware and great software. A few years ago, it was the iPod, the iPhone, the iPad, and Macs. Now it’s products like Nest and cars where entrepreneurs are marrying innovative hardware with innovative software. Read More
Arguably the best entrepreneur of all time, Steve Jobs owed his success to more than just intelligence.
Everyone from Steve Jobs to Walt Disney to Abe Lincoln were failures at one time. The post 5 Reasons Why You’re Failing and What to Do about It appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Apple has been toying with the idea of MacBooks with built-in cellular connectivity since 2007. Although Steve Jobs said a year later that the company had ‘considered’ it but decided against it at the time, the company continues to file...Show More Summary
Every winter, the small town of Wellington in Southeast Florida experiences a tremendous influx of some of the wealthiest people in the world. From the Springsteens, to the Bloombergs, to the families of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, to...Show More Summary