28.10.2012 [Business Insider] - SteveJobs spent years designing his custom yacht. And now, a year after his death, the yacht has been completed, reports Dutch blog, One More Thing. The yacht has been named Venus. Perhaps the most unique thing about the ship is that it's controlled
27.10.2012 [Hollywood Reporter] - Ramer asked Gianopulos about an article he had written for The Hollywood Reporter afterSteveJobs died last October in which he revealed what he had learned from the late Apple mogul (the two had become friends in the last years of Jobs' life). "I
Just a week after reassuring investors and employees about his health, Apple Inc. Chief Executive SteveJobs disclosed he has a "more complex" medical condition and would take a... - 01.15.2009, EbruNews
30.10.2012 [The Week Magazine] - There is no iYacht, of course, but before he died, Apple founder and CEO SteveJobs designed and started building his own yacht. Now, a year after he passed away, Jobs' 260-foot vessel, the Venus, has formally launched in the Netherlands, at a ceremony
30.10.2012 [Examiner.com] - According to Time, magazine website Vice.com interviewed psychic Betsy Cohen, considered one of New York's top ten psychics, to get in touch with the spirit of SteveJobs. It's now about a year after his death - an opportune time to give him a call. Of
30.10.2012 [Bangkok Post] - SteveJobs' superyacht launched. Published: 30/10/2012 at 01:16 PM; Online news: Tweet. AALSMEER, Netherlands - SteveJobs' superyacht "Venus" has emerged from a shipbuilder's yard in the Netherlands just over a year after the Apple founder's death.
30.10.2012 [KEYC TV] - The sleek, white superyacht glistens under a gray autumnal sky, a posthumous testament to the design aesthetic of SteveJobs. The sleek, white superyacht glistens under a gray autumnal sky, a posthumous testament to the design aesthetic of SteveJobs.
29.10.2012 [Network World (blog)] - SteveJobs' dream yacht, Venus, has hit the water in The Netherlands more than a year after the Apple co-founder's death. The blog One More Thing has the scoop on this news, including that the 250-foot yacht with aluminum exterior features seven 27
29.10.2012 [AFP] - AALSMEER, Netherlands — SteveJobs' superyacht "Venus" has emerged from a shipbuilder's yard in the Netherlands just over a year after the Apple founder's death. The approximately 70-metre (230-foot) long yacht is being built by Royal De Vries
30.10.2012 [SF Weekly (blog)] - AfterSteveJobs died, there was a lot of talk about whether the company could ever really be the same. Some said Jobs' DNA would stay in the company. Others said his absence meant that the company couldn't possibly be the same. Both things can be true
29.10.2012 [Ars Technica] - According to biographer Walter Isaacson, former Apple CEO SteveJobs spent the last several years of his life designing a custom yacht with an ultralight aluminum hull so his family could sail around the world together. Just over a year afterJobs
29.10.2012 [tuaw.com] - An 80-meter yacht that SteveJobs helped design has launched a year after his death, according to Dutch blog One More Thing. The uniquely styled craft, christened "Venus" after the Roman goddess of love and beauty, has floor-to-ceiling glass in many
29.10.2012 [Register] - A custom yacht designed by SteveJobs, dubbed Venus, has set sail just a year after the Apple founder's death. SteveJobs yacht Venus. The good ship Venus, minus the intended captain. Jobs, French designer Phillipe Starck, and Apple's Jon Ive all
29.10.2012 [MarketWatch (blog)] - A yacht designed by SteveJobs has been completed a little over a year after the death of the Apple /quotes/zigman/68270 /quotes/nls/aapl AAPL co-founder and CEO. And true to form, the vessel, named the Venus, is sleek and minimalist in its design.
29.10.2012 [The Atlantic Wire] - Just over a year afterSteveJobs's death, shipbuilders in Aalsmeer, Holland have finally finished the yacht that the Apple visionary spent years designing -- stealthily, of course. Boy, does it look like an Apple product. Her name is Venus. Built
28.10.2012 [Macgasm] - October 28, 2012. Mac News, Misc. News. Before he passed away, SteveJobs was working on having a huge yacht built and now, just over a year after his death, the yacht has made its first public appearance in the Dutch city of Aalsmeer in the Netherlands.
To get a better idea how Apple might fare without SteveJobs's leadership, it's helpful to look at another American company that decades ago lost its iconic CEO -- Walt Disney Co. After Walt passed away in 1966, his company didn't miss a step -- at least not for several years. . .