Find out what successful billion dollar sales pitches have in common and learn product launch lessons from Steve Jobs, Pokemon Go, and the world's largest pinata.
In the eyes of former SCEA CEO Jack Tretton, "The Father of PlayStation" Ken Kutaragi had a bold vision not unlike the former Apple boss.
To flourish and grow, we must become more inclusive. This is true in technology and in society as a whole.
Apple co-founders Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne set up shop in Jobs’ parents garage. Is that even possible anymore?
Shortly after he returned to Apple in 1997, Steve Jobs gave an internal presentation to employees from the Town Hall building on the Apple campus (YouTube link below). This was an important presentation to let employees know where the company...
The Apple co-founder knew how to captivate an audience. Here are a handful of traits that made him a powerful public speaker and leader.
September 27, 1979: Years before the Macintosh ships, Steve Jobs and Jef Raskin have their first clash over the direction of the Macintosh project, then in its early R&D stage. As the founder of the Macintosh project, Raskin wants a computer that’s going to be affordable to everyone. Show More Summary
Both Bill Gates of Microsoft and Steve Jobs of Apple through their leadership contributed immensely to the development of computer technology, but their paths seem to diverge on how they handled their wealth.
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Steve Liesman, chief economics correspondent for CNBC, fact-checks some of the economic claims made by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the first...
While working in their garage in 1977, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak asked Rob Janoff, who had studied design, to create a logo for their first Apple products. When Janoff went to Jobs with final sketches, everything went very smoothly,...Show More Summary
Hosting a kids’ show must be an extremely odd show business experience. It makes a person famous, but only to an extremely specific segment of the population. No one understands this weird quasi-celebrity status better than actor and...Show More Summary
September 26, 1997: Not everything about Steve Jobs’ return to Apple was easy. Today marks the anniversary of the last day in a massive money-losing quarter for Apple, as the company revealed losses of $161 million in just three months. Show More Summary
We thought Steve Jobs died young in his 50s. And then, this weekend, a Miami Marlins baseball phenom with a heart-melting personal story named Jose Fernandez died tragically at age 24. The Marlins game against the Atlanta Braves yesterday was cancelled, and baseball fans everywhere are in deep mourning. Show More Summary
The new Bachelor, Nick Viall, only had less than a month to prepare for his new role before Season 21 was set to start filming. Viall shocked Bachelor fans when he was announced for the job over Luke Pell. This will be Nick’s fourth try at finding a lasting relationship on the franchise, and Viall... Show More Summary
Sorkin’s STEVE JOBS Hits HBO!! The Return Of STAR WARS REBELS!! Saturday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Directed by Danny Boyle (“Slumdog Millionaire,” “127 Hours”) from a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin (“The Social Network,”...Show More Summary
September 23, 1981: Years before Steve Jobs told us to “think different” and Tim Cook argued Apple should be a “force for good” in the world, Apple lays out what it calls its Apple Values. Despite being written 35 years ago, the values Apple viewed as being crucial to its brand remain relevant today. And demonstrate […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone on January 9, 2007. Although today, September 22, marks the first official day of fall, and the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple’s twelfth iteration iPhones, were launched on September 16, many people are already looking toward the future of Apple. Show More Summary
by Sean Nelson Mike Daisey performs The Trump Card tonight at 8pm at the Neptune. 8pm, $25 Before Mike Daisey became briefly but intensely notorious for his show about Steve Jobs a few years back, he made a name for himself as a solo performer, doing what you might call moral inventories of thorny subjects and complex humans via comedic monologues. Show More Summary
Contrary to what Mac lovers may think, Steve Jobs wasn't the most important person the tech world has ever seen