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Steve Jobs' private funeral to be held on Friday

TODAYonline - 10 Oct, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO -The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the funeral for Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will be held on Friday. The newspaper cited an unnamed source familiar with the matter, who said the ceremony will be a small private gathering. ...

Steve Jobs - what a man, what a life!

Jamaica Gleaner - Bert Samuels - 10 Oct, 2011
Gone at 56 years old, Steve Jobs, the Apple CEO who managed to release the iPad 2 and iPhone 4 before his passing, has left behind the map to a journey that is worth retracing. This billionaire mogul, whose company produced what is now seen as one of ...

Brilliant, yes, but not an Einstein

Independent Online - 10 Oct, 2011
By AN WILSON Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates the new iPhone 4 during his appearance at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California in this June 7, 2010, file photo. Photo: Reuters London - US president Obama was ...

Jobs left plans for more Apple products

Boston Herald - Thomas Grillo - 10 Oct, 2011
The Apple genius stockpiled fours years worth of blueprints for fresh products to ensure his company's success, according to reports. Despite his illness, Jobs, the co-founder and CEO of Apple who died last week at the age of 56, ...

Jobs's legacy, on a personal level

ABC Online - Mark Pesce - 10 Oct, 2011
The flood of appreciation and commemoration for Steve Jobs continues: the covers of TIME, Business Week and The ECONOMIST, articles in every online publication, podcasts beyond counting, a blizzard of blog posts. We have surprised ourselves: someone we ...

Commentary: Corporate America fosters wise and talented leaders

MarketWatch - Jeff Reeves - 10 Oct, 2011
ROCKVILLE, Md. (MarketWatch) " Apple Inc. has been one of the few true growth stories on Wall Street lately, and the death of Steve Jobs at just 56 years old makes you wonder if any good stocks " and more importantly, any good leaders ...

Technology is no cure for mortality

Kansas City Star - Jeneé Osterheldt - 10 Oct, 2011
FILE - This 1998 file photo provided by Apple, shows Apple CEO Steve Jobs pose for a photo with an iMac computer. Apple on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011 said Jobs has died. He was 56. (AP Photo/Apple, Moshe Brakha, File) The first ...

CEOs with the vision Steve Jobs brought to Apple

MarketWatch - Douglas A. McIntyre - 10 Oct, 2011
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) " Even before his death last week, Steve Jobs was being favorably compared to other legendary corporate leaders in US history: Walt Disney; Henry Ford, Sam Walton. But in recognizing the vision and ...

Steve Jobs: Capitalist

Boston Herald - Michael Graham - 10 Oct, 2011
“We are the 99 percent that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1 percent.” In the struggle between “Occupation” and “Jobs,” I'm firmly on the side of “Jobs.” Steve Jobs. God's sense of irony was on full display ...

The Best of Frenemies

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
The relationship between Gates and Jobs was always complicated, sometimes nasty, and, in the end, surprisingly tender. In 1997, Steve Jobs took the stage at Macworld in Boston. It was one of his first public appearances after returning to the ailing ...

The Geniuses We'll Never Know

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
This essay is not about Steve Jobs. It is about the countless individuals with roughly the same combination of talents of whom we've never heard and never will. Most of the 106 billion people who've ever lived are dead"around 94 percent of them. ...

The man who missed out

Sydney Morning Herald - Tim Culpan, Emily Chang - 10 Oct, 2011
Ron Wayne could have been one of the richest men in the world, but he sold his 10% share of Apple Computers after creating the company with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Ron Wayne, who gave up his stake in Apple two weeks after founding it with Steve ...

Design Different

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
Steve Jobs's true genius was in design"from phones to retail, he reshaped our world with a look that was cool, clean, and friendly. When it came to design, Steve Jobs lived Apple's “Think Different” mantra. Many major corporations use design to benefit ...

The Wilderness Years

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
The decade that Steve Jobs spent away from Apple is often seen as his “wilderness” years, a time when he came close to fading forever from public life. He was forced out of the company he founded. His new company, NeXT, was struggling to say afloat. ...

How Pixar Gave Steve Jobs His Mojo Back

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
A decade earlier, he had been ousted from Apple. Wounded and restless, he paid $5 million to filmmaker George Lucas for the rights to his small but intriguing animation division and put up another $5 million for capital. Jobs took a 70 percent stake. ...

Garage Band

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
Steve Wozniak built a motherboard. Steve Jobs built a business. The seeds of Apple's triumph. They began as outlaws. In 1971, 16-year-old Steve Jobs and his 20-year-old pal Steve Wozniak were a pair of longhaired hackers making devices that let people ...

What Jobs Taught Me

Newsweek - 10 Oct, 2011
Stay hungry. Stay foolish. Take risks. And whatever you do, don't be afraid to fall. On a sunny California morning in June 2005, my friends and I ran into the Stanford stadium for graduation. As part of the university's irreverent “wacky walk,” we'd ...

Report: Apple has 1000 engineers working on chips

ZDNet Asia - Steven Musil - 10 Oct, 2011
Steve Jobs purportedly once told a fellow Silicon Valley CEO that 5 percent of Apple's workforce is working to improve the performance of its mobile processors. Some 5 percent of Apple's ...

No More Jobs

Huffington Post (blog) - 10 Oct, 2011
Steve Jobs died last week and along with him may have passed some of America's hopes, dreams and potential for future jobs. Bur, this need not be the case, if we can learn the key lessons that Mr. Jobs, this quintessential American, provided through ...

Would you buy Apple shares as a “tribute” to co-founder Steve Jobs?

Wall Street Journal - 10 Oct, 2011
Some investors have said they bought Apple shares today as a tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Did you, or do you plan to, do the same? (See related blog post: AAPL: The Steve Jobs Memorial Stock Rally) Another absurd way to invest your money. ...

After Jobs, over to the mystery men with Apple in their blood

Indian Express - 10 Oct, 2011
The people now in charge of Apple are still enigmas to most outside the technology industry, and it is difficult to imagine any of them taking on the mythic proportions of Steve Jobs, the co-founder who died on Wednesday. ...

Snapshot of Steve Jobs

Wall Street Journal - Ralph Gardner Jr - 10 Oct, 2011
Not long after Steve Jobs announced in August that he was stepping down as CEO of Apple Inc., I went to my basement, found a 1983 interview I'd done with Jobs while we drove around Apple's fledgling campus in Cupertino, Calif. ...

Steve: 'Follow your heart'

BusinessWorld Online - Winston A. Marbella - 10 Oct, 2011
The news sruck me like a thunderbolt: STEVE JOBS IS DEAD AT 56. We knew he was sick and very close to dying when he resigned from Apple last August, but the end came and it was still shocking. I scrambled my mental files to try ...

Steve Jobs a giant among men

Malaysia Star - 10 Oct, 2011
WITH Steve Jobs' passing the world has lost one of the greatest tech visionaries of our time who revolutionised personal computers, how we listen to music and the way we think of mobile devices. Of the many tributes paid to Jobs when he recently ...

Legacy of Steve Jobs

Irish Times - 10 Oct, 2011
A chara, " This morning (October 7th) I was immediately drawn to the Business This Week section of your paper, in particular to the two pages devoted to Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple. Two words jumped off the page at me, “Innovator” and “Visionary”. ...

Report: Private Funeral Held for Apple Founder

The Chosun Ilbo - 10 Oct, 2011
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the family and friends of Apple founder Steve Jobs held a small funeral for the legendary entrepreneur on Friday. The newspaper quotes an unnamed source for its report. It said the source would not name the ...

Steve Jobs, Apple and the Sea Turtles

Huffington Post (blog) - 10 Oct, 2011
This will sound like a stretch, but sea turtles owe much to the genius of Steve Jobs. As a young student of conservation genetics, my first computer was an Apple. At that time, geneticists went with Apple mostly by default as the graphics-rich software ...

Steve Jobs Retrospective: On his 30th Birthday

PCWorld - Harry McCracken - 10 Oct, 2011
Analysis: An early Apple employee shares the video greeting staffers prepared for their CEO two and a half decades ago. By Harry McCracken, Technologizer On February 24, 1985, Steve Jobs turned thirty. His Apple coworkers helped him celebrate by ...

The man who just missed out on Apple's billions

Sydney Morning Herald - Tim Culpan, Emily Chang - 10 Oct, 2011
Ron Wayne, who gave up his stake in Apple two weeks after founding it with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976, said he knew the company would be a rollercoaster, and also very successful. “They were absolute whirlwinds aside from the fact they were ...

Pilgrimages to Steve Jobs's home

The Australian - 10 Oct, 2011
Employees and fans of Apple look at a large makeshift memorial for Steve Jobs at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California. Source: AFP THE launch of a new version of Google's mobile operating system has been delayed as the world mourns the loss of ...

 

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