Steve Sarkisian says his new offensive coordinator job with the Atlanta Falcons was too good to pass up... explaining, "You get great opportunities, you just try to take advantage of them." Of course, Sark left his offensive coordinator job at the…
Steve Smith announced his retirement from the NFL after the 2016 season and took a job with NFL Network to remain involved in the game moving forward. He’s had other offers to keep his toe in the football world as well. Smith told James Lofton and Brad Hopkins of Sirius XM NFL Radio that he’s heard…
From left to right, Republicans Jake Blum, Scott Meyer, Steve Vetter, Curt Kreun and Emily O'Brien were elected to the North Dakota Legislature Tuesday night, Nov. 8, 2016. Photo by Eric Hylden/Forum News Service The job of a North Dakota lawmaker isn’t over on Friday when they return from Bismarck to their districts. Show More Summary
The future of the James Bond series remains uncertain, with actors ranging from Idris Elba to Gugu Mbatha-Raw rumored to take over the role. (We’ve suggested a couple possibilities already ourselves. Steve Buscemi can do anything, right?)...Show More Summary
Today, with “casual Friday” and an overall relaxed approach to attire, the idea of following a dress code seems quaint or even irrelevant. But it wasn’t so long ago that women in Paris could be jailed for wearing trousers…
In the mid-1970's, Steve Jobs made a pilgrimage to India with the help of Atari CEO and founder, Nolan Bushnell. Apple co-founder and author of "Adventures of an Apple Founder" Ronald Wayne explains how Jobs was able to parlay a work trip for Atari into his famous spiritual quest to India. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
If I had said nice things about crappy software, Steve would have concluded that I was clueless.
Before Steve Jobs first took the stage with iPad in hand, the best way to watch video on the go was from a portable media player like the Archos 605. Despite a clumsy user interface and bulky metal casing, this French-made device with a 4.3-inch LCD screen and 160GB storage would play just about anything you could throw at it. Show More Summary
Transform your business by answering this empowering question Steve Jobs brought up in a famous keynote.
Entrepreneurs have turned to psychedelics and other illicit drugs for years in order to "hack the brain" en route to success. Steve Jobs dropped acid. Richard Branson smokes marijuana. Author and investor Tim Ferriss loves ayahuasca,...Show More Summary
February 15, 1982: Steve Jobs appears on the front cover of Time magazine for the first time, as part of an article entitled “Striking It Rich: America’s Risk Takers.” The first of many Time covers for Jobs, the article casts him asShow More Summary
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, it wasn’t long before he decided that transforming the retail experience was key to the company’s future growth. He almost immediately started cutting the Mac authorized retailer network, eliminating...Show More Summary
The question is not, will you fail? You will.
Steve Young is in damage control mode, apologizing to ESPN after participating in a profile that sure made it look like he’s not that into the NFL or his Monday Night Football analyst job, and even seemed to imply his MNF job is merely a means bolster his private equity firm. Read more...
Norman Seeff has photographed some of the greatest legends of our time. One of my favorites was Steve Jobs. Seeff was able to photograph Steve both in the work environment with the Apple team, but also in Steve’s home. The story behind...Show More Summary
Around the time former Apple CEO Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, the company considered building an "Apple Cafe," a fanciful, futuristic cybercafe where people could gather to eat, do business, and use Apple computers. The idea...Show More Summary
On a recent Monday evening, Danny Kennedy, the director of the California Clean Energy Fund, stood in front of a crowd of dozens of energy industry insiders in Dubai. “Steve Jobs used to say you should cannibalize yourself every couple of years or someone will come eat your lunch,” he said. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs may be dead, but his reality distortion field lives on: The speculative frenzy that always precedes a new iPhone has been supercharged in anticipation of the 10th-anniversary release expected later this year. Analysts in research...Show More Summary
Designers of an "Apple Cafe," what may have been the predecessor to the Apple Store, have revealed in an interview about what could have been, just prior to Steve Jobs's return to the company.
The CEOs of Apple, Pixar, and Disney couldn't be more different in personality and background. And yet, they all share the ability to build trust.