29.05.2012 Neonode (NEON), a Nasdaq company with a near-monopoly on several touchscreen technologies, developed a pre-iPhone three years before the Apple (AAPL) iPhone and has severely disrupted AAPL's patent case against ...
Steven Paul Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American entrepreneur and inventor, best known as the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. Through Apple, he was widely recognized as a charismatic pioneer of the personal computer revolution and for his influential career in the computer and consumer electronics fields. Jobs also co-founded and served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios; he became a member of the board of directors of The Walt Disney Company in 2006, when Disney acquired Pixar.
July 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Cris Valerio reports on Apple Inc.'s news conference today where Chief Executive Officer SteveJobs acknowledged the company knew the antenna of... - 07.16.2010, Bloomberg
30.10.2012 [GigaOM] - Tim Cook's biggest challenge at post-SteveJobs Apple was supposed to be keeping together its brilliant executive leadership team. But after the failed launch of Apple Maps last month and his own hiring mistake, Cook put his own stamp on the company
30.10.2012 [Wall Street Pit] - The Wall Street Journal reports that Scott Forstall, a long-time lieutenant of late Apple co-founder SteveJobs, is leaving the company in a surprise shakeup at the head of Apple (AAPL) ranks. Forstall, a senior vice president of iOS Software, was
29.10.2012 [SlashGear] - The fact that the famous designer was working on a project by Apple was quickly denied by Starck himself who admitted that he was working on a project involving SteveJobs' private yacht. The yacht has been under construction by a Dutch company known
29.10.2012 [SmartCompany.com.au] - Apple may have stolen the spotlight late last week for the announcement of its new iPad mini, but signs are emerging the new tablet could end up being a bit of a struggle for the company. During the company's financial earnings conference call, chief
29.10.2012 [CNN] - (CNN) -- Scott Forstall, one of the most visible faces of Apple in the wake of SteveJobs' death, is leaving the company in a surprise shakeup at the head of Apple' ranks. Forstall, a senior vice president in charge of Apple's mobile operating system
30.10.2012 [SF Weekly (blog)] - After SteveJobs 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 [ReadWriteWeb] - That article called Forstall a "mini-Steve" (meaning he's like SteveJobs) but also pointed out that Forstall is such a nightmare to work with that "a number of high-ranking executives have left the company because they found Forstall so difficult
Make no mistake, Apple's announcement of its new iBooks 2 for Digital Textbooks today wasn't quite as awe-inspiring as the unveiling of some of its past innovations. The loss of co-founder SteveJobs certainly contributed to that. Still, the company which changed music with its iPod and mobile commu ...
28.08.2011 One is SteveJobs. The other is Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Jobs, of course, is in the headlines because of his decision to step down and retire from Apple Computer, the company he co-founded, from which he later got fired, and to which he ...
28.08.2011 Perhaps the biggest news in tech this week was the resignation of Apple CEO SteveJobs. Highly respected for being the leading force behind bringing the company back from the brink through innovation, creativity, and attention to detail, ...
Saturday will mark the two-year anniversary of the death of Apple Inc. co-founder and longtime CEO SteveJobs. Apple's current chief, Tim Cook, marked the occasion with an email to employees, while the company continues to face the challenges of heavy competition.
Hartmut Esslinger was already a big name in the field of industrial design in 1982, when his firm, Frog Design, bid on a secret project to help Apple become the company that would transform computers from
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. . .
Irrepressible, irascible, and iconic, SteveJobs reigned as the undisputed king of Silicon Valley for the better part of three decades. From his parents’ California garage he launched the personal computer revolution and built Apple into the most envied, and valuable, technology company in the world. From the Macintosh and the iPod, to iTunes and the iPhone, Jobs personally presided over the creation of dozens of transformational devices, battling hostile corporate boards, cutthroat competitors, and serious illness while securing his legacy as one of the few who dared to “Think Different.”
In late 2010, Android phones were just overtaking the iPhone in US market share, driven largely by Americans buying cheaper smartphones running Google's operating system. Apple still maintained a revenue advantage, but privately, executives at the company were fretting about the notion