Editor’s Note: Related tickers: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Apple’s Tim Cook: ‘We pay all the taxes we owe’ (TheGlobeAndMail) Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s chief executive officer is disputing assertions by a Senate panel that the company avoids billions of dollars in U.S. Show More Summary
David Karp, 26, just sold his company Tumblr to Yahoo for $1.1 billion in an all-cash deal. What's the founder really like? According to close friend and Tumblr's first employee, Marco Arment, Karp is a lot like Steve Jobs was. Karp is his product. Show More Summary
Would Apple really buy electric car startup Tesla Motors? “They do have a lot of cash,” noted Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Some suggest that Tesla would seem a logical vehicle to make the late Steve Jobs's vision of an Apple iCar become a reality.
James Green, CEO of the search company Magnetic, was once hired by Jobs as a VP at Pixar Animation Studios. And, curiously, it was while working for one of his biggest business heroes that Green learned what not to do when leading a company. Show More Summary
It isn’t quite Stanford 2005, but the Corning stories and others are amusing.
Top recruiters share how they use social media to source and screen job candidates. Social media for job seeking and social media for recruiting, sourcing and screening job candidates with guests Steve Levy blogs at The Recruiting Inferno and Tom Bolt who blogs at Make HR Happen.
There’s a lot of talk these days about Google Glass, Google’s new futuristic wearable computer that functions like a set of cyborg glasses, overlaying a HUD of Google products and search services over your life. It certainly sounds impressive, and early reviews from the usual techno-nerds are positive. But what would Steve Jobs have thought [...]Show More Summary
“Intel Inside.” It’s been called one of the best campaigns to ever come out of Silicon Valley’s Mad Men, and it turned a relatively unknown maker of microprocessors into a $100 billion dollar company, and a household name. All this, thanks to a blue sticker slapped on every Intel PC or laptop. Every Intel PC [...]Show More Summary
Few business luminaries of our time have built the kind of resume that Steve Jobs did in his 56 years on Earth. He co-founded Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), sparked revolutions in personal and mobile computing, nurtured Pixar into a household name before selling it to The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS), and transformed the music industry, [...]
In a recent interview, outgoing Intel CEO Paul Otellini explained how he passed up on an opportunity to get Intel chips inside the original iPhone. According to Otellini, Apple and Intel couldn't come to terms regarding cost. Further,...Show More Summary
Few business luminaries of our time have built the kind of resume that Steve Jobs did in his 56 years on Earth. He co-founded Apple, sparked revolutions in personal and mobile computing, nurtured Pixar into a household name before selling...Show More Summary
Steve Jobs certainly didn't need to do more. He accomplished more than most could ever dream of. However, there is another way he could have done even more good at almost no cost to him.
We know Intel shunned ARM processors and played virtually no role in the smartphone revolution. But we now learn Steve Jobs asked Intel to build the iPhone microprocessor. Paul Otellini, Intel’s departing CEO, admits he should have followed his gut – and made the smartphone world a very different place. CEO valedictions follow a [...]Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs died on Oct. 5, 2011, many investors were afraid the company’s best days were now in the past. The legacy leader, many argued, is simply irreplaceable. With Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)‘s stock severely lagging the S&P 500?s 47% surge since Jobs’ death, investors are desperate. Arguably, Apple hasn’t yet had the time to [...]
Is the designer behind Apple's revolutionary products about to show the world the new version of Steve Jobs?
When Steve Jobs died on Oct. 5, 2011, many investors were afraid the company's best days were now in the past. The legacy leader, many argued, is simply irreplaceable. With Apple's stock severely lagging the S&P 500's 47% surge since Jobs' death, investors are desperate. Show More Summary
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Steve Jobs: Secrets of Life – Just Give It a Poke and something will jump out the other side. The world was created by people no smarter than yourself.
In 1994, Steve Jobs sat down in front of a camera for the Silicon Valley Historical Association and offered a lot of awesome advice about success and failure from his own personal experience. We previously posted a clip from this interview, less than two-minutes long, where Jobs gave the best tip ever on how to succeed: ask for help. Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, he left behind a wife and four children. His widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, has stayed hidden from the public sphere for years, but now she is starting to receive more recognition as an influential philanthropist. She is passionate about a host of social issues, including education and immigration policy. [...]Show More Summary