Steve Jobs

SeekingAlpha  Jul 15  Comment 
ByQuoth the Raven: The news dropped this morning that Microsoft is getting ready to cut jobs as early as this week. Seeking Alpha reported: Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is preparing for its next round of lay offs as it looks to scale back and...
TechCrunch  Jul 12  Comment 
 The Conway painting was apparently a gift from Steve Jobs’ wife Laurene Powell Jobs and a YC applicant sent in the one of Paul Graham, according to Altman. I would say auction them off for charity. TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington once...
Forbes  Jul 11  Comment 
It may seem hard to believe, but when Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world, he was especially proud of the fact that it didn't really support apps. With the App Store having subsequently taken its place as one of Apple's most important...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 7  Comment 
Steve Jobs's successor is refashioning the Silicon Valley giant to widen its ambitions and make it a more collaborative partner. Can new products give its mobile trilogy a second act?
MarketWatch  Jun 18  Comment 
He has learned to manipulate the media, and it appears to be working, writes Jon Friedman.
Wall Street Journal  Jun 6  Comment 
Dr. Dre's main obsession is perfecting the sound of Beats headphones, but the music producer weighs in decisively on everything from TV ads and font styles. It's an impulse he brings with him to his new role inside Apple.
Forbes  Jun 6  Comment 
For any investor assessing innovation, creative destruction and disruptive technologies it's a must to find the outliers. The standouts are not the technologies themselves but the zealous missionary people who conjure up the big new ideas and...  Jun 3  Comment 
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Forbes  May 29  Comment 
In December 1996, then Apple CEO, Gil Amelio, paid $400 million to acquire Steve Jobs' NeXT. Jobs' second coming as CEO turned Apple into a powerhouse. And 18 years later, Tim Cook spent $3 billion -- 2% of its cash -- to acquire Jimmy Iovine's...  May 29  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- For a genius, every aspect of life is amplified, good and bad. Geniuses have a certain fragility and an overpowering urge to create. Eren Niazi, a 37-year-old serial entrepreneur, shares this brilliance with his childhood...


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