Was lurking on the Apple subreddit and came across this gem. I haven’t seen this clip before and it’s worth watching. In the video, you will find Jobs in his classic showmanship form.
Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away today after years from battling cancer. He was 56.
Matt Cutts of Google recently wrote a blog post asking “What would you do if you were CEO of Google?”
Which got me thinking, what would I do if I were CEO of Apple?
Of course, things will probably go south with me in charge. Or to put it another way, people (investors) won’t be happy to see Mr. Jobs no longer running the show.
Former CEO of Apple, John Sculley, had some interesting thoughts to share in a recent interview with Cult of Mac. Famous for ousting Steve Jobs from Apple during a struggle for control of the company, Sculley has barely spoken to Jobs since then, saying that “he won’t speak to me” and is “still mad he got pushed out of Apple 22 years ago.” At that time, Jobs convinced Sculley to ditch Pepsi and join Apple. The two worked together as co-CEO’s for awhile, blending their expertise in design and marketing to create the world’s first personal computer.
In the interview, Sculley opens up and talks candidly about why Steve Jobs has been so successful. Here are some highlights from that interview:
If you’re reading this, you probably were too cool to watch the live feed of today’s Apple Music event in San Francisco. Nevertheless, here’s a full onslaught of all the big announcements and highlights condensed to a single blog post. Enjoy!
Now that today’s Apple iPhone 4 press conference is over, what did two multi-billionaires talk about? Let’s find out!
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Famous billionaire, Warren Buffet, made headlines yesterday when he pledged 99% of his wealth to charity. Collaborating together with the world’s largest philanthropic organization, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Buffet is also reaching out to hundreds of other rich Americans to pledge half of their own wealth to charity. So, what happened when Mr. Buffet contacted Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, via email? Let’s find out!
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