Steve Jobs

Forbes  Jun 22  Comment 
LeBron James needed to lift the spirits of his team when they were down two games in the NBA finals and turned to the power of words from one of the world’s most gifted storytellers.
MarketWatch  Jun 16  Comment 
When Steve Jobs was running Apple, he was adamant the company hoard cash, spend industry-low levels on research and development, pay no dividend and do no stock buybacks. What happened?
Benzinga  Jun 16  Comment 
Business Insider's Emma Fierberg dug up the following list of titans in the tech industry and where they got their start. Related Link: How Can You Be As Great As Elon Musk, Bill Gates & Steve Jobs? Bill Gates - Congressional Page in...
Benzinga  Jun 15  Comment 
Clearly, the late great Steve Jobs, the creative force behind the largest and most successful tech company of all time, has inspired an entire generation of entrepreneurs. Now that the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) figurehead is gone, the world is...
Clusterstock  Jun 15  Comment 
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MarketWatch  Jun 10  Comment 
The author of “Becoming Steve Jobs” looks at the big question facing Apple at WWDC: Can Apple successfully manage the increasing complexity of its product line?  Jun 9  Comment 
Bryan Thompson was hard at work on an industry-disrupting car project when he was told to get to San Francisco to show it to Steve Jobs The email had one subject line: “Steve Jobs.” A few hours later, Bryan Thompson was on a plane to San...
Benzinga  Jun 8  Comment 
Ken Segall is the author of "Think Simple: How Smart Leaders Defeat Complexity," a book that argues that simplicity is "the most potent weapon in business." Segall also authored a book on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) titled "Insanely Simple: The...
TechCrunch  Jun 7  Comment 
 Steve Jobs went ballistic when public shipping manifests leaked the existence of the iPhone 3G. That’s about the only time something exciting happened in the freight forwarding business. The circulatory system of the global economy is a...
Benzinga  Jun 3  Comment 
When Ken Segall used to work for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) he was close with its late CEO Steve Jobs. Thus, when he pens an article that is critical of the company's current state of business, investors will take notice. According to an...


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