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An auctioneer says one of Apple's first computers - a functioning 1976 model - has been sold for a record 516,000 euros .
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It won't be easy, past experience suggests-though leaders like Steve Jobs and Harold Schultz have carried it off brilliantly Yesterday Procter & Gamble made the surprise announcement that A.G. Lafley, 65, who successfully ran the 175-year-old Cincinnati consumer products company from 2000 to 2009, would resume the top job, replacing CEO Bob ... (more)
This one caught my eye, Nokia's Lumia 925 handset is the first in the series to feature a metal body, reports SlashGear .
The first delicious rumors have emerged on what Sir Jonathan Ive is doing to iOS 7. 9to5Mac reported that unnamed sources have described the new look and feel for iOS 7 as "black and white and flat all over," a play on the old-school riddle about newspapers *. The sources also said that iOS 7 will focus almost entirely on this interface change ... (more)
Much like turning to Star Trek and Iron Man sequels for a safe way to ensure box-office sales, recalling popular former leaders has become a reliable corporate script in times of crisis.
With Apple off nearly 50% from its $705.07 a share high set last September, many investors want to know if it's a buy.
The auctioneer Breker, based in Cologne, Germany, will sell one of 6 surviving personal computers created by Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976.
Are you missing out on great investment returns - is the Dow really headed for 20,000? Is the advanced biofuels rally for real? Why are investors sitting on the sidelines in the Valley of Disbelief? This year in the United States, despite awesome returns in the stock market and miserable bond yields, the Investment Company Institute estimates that ... (more)
Hints at the comprehensive interface changes expected in Apple's iOS 7 have emerged in fresh leaks from the company, tipping a flatter, more monochromatic UI that pulls the software more in line with the minimalistic hardware.
While late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs never brought public attention to his philanthropic efforts, he and his family have been giving money away anonymously for more than 20 years.
Disney is finally beginning to pull back. It seems like it's been ages since we've seen a down day in the entertainment giant.
From left to right: Spencer Ante, WSJ's deputy bureau chief, Serkan Piantino from Facebook and Katia Beauchamp from Birchbox at Think Coffee in Manhattan's West Village.
One is Steve Jobs' 2005 address to Stanford's graduating class, where he famously used three stories to memorably define his life.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told a Senate subcommittee that the company has paid 'every single dollar' of U.S. taxes owed.
A rare Apple 1 computer is to be auctioned for up to $400,000. The original Apple was the first computer to be built by the California-based technology company.
When I first heard about Dorrian Porter's plan to raise $123,000 to honor inventor Nikola Tesla by erecting a statue of him in Silicon Valley, I had one thought: That's kind of kooky.