Today, February 24, is Steve Jobs’s birthday. On this particular date, the Apple co-founder and legendary presenter would have been 62.
Former Chief Financial Officer for Pixar Animation Studios, Lawrence Levy, has a new book on the way entitled To Pixar and Beyond, and in it he details quite a long and engaging history, including the impact made by the late co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs.
Journalist Walt Mossberg had a lot of conversations with Apple’s co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, and apparently one of them included a brief hint at Apple’s plans for a self-branded TV set.
It has now been five years since Tim Cook took over as Apple CEO, and while the company continues to make many of the same products today, Apple has become very different. New charts show just how much things have changed since Steve Jobs stepped down.
The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum has officially announced that it will be inducting Apple’s co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, into its illustrious halls of famous people.
Walter Isaacson, author of the official Steve Jobs biography, believes Apple will never replace its co-founder and former CEO, and says the company’s “next big thing” is long overdue. However, that doesn’t mean Tim Cook isn’t a “great CEO.”
The Apple Watch wasn’t unveiled until three years after Steve Jobs passed away — but that doesn’t mean Jobs played no part in its creation. In fact, according to TIME, the Apple co-founder and former CEO was the real inspiration behind the company’s first wearable.
Apple has posted a tribute to Bill Campbell on its homepage at Apple.com, a day after his death. Campbell was the longest-running board member at Apple until he stepped down in 2014, and was famous for mentoring top tech executives like Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and Larry Page.
The Godfather of the iPod, Tony Fadell, is now the CEO of Nest, and he sat down at the SV Forum Visionary Salon Dinner recently, where he talked about a variety of different topics, including Steve Jobs.
Last year saw the release of Steve Jobs, which, even from its early festival runs, saw plenty of critical praise, but would eventually fall pretty flat in front of general movie audiences.