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Unseen Steve Jobs interview shares business secrets

Who wouldn’t have wanted Steve Jobs to have visited their university class for a casual Q&A with the students? That’s what folks at MIT were lucky enough to experience in 1992. Running NeXT at the
'No Man's Sky' comes to Xbox this summer alongside huge update

'No Man's Sky' comes to Xbox this summer alongside huge update

No Man's Sky is coming to Xbox One this summer and it's bringing a massive update, called "Next", with it to PS4 and PC as well. It's so massive, in fact, that it's even got its own logo. There's no
'No Man's Sky' comes to Xbox this summer alongside huge update

'No Man's Sky' comes to Xbox this summer alongside huge update

No Man's Sky is coming to Xbox One this summer and it's bringing a massive update, called "Next", with it. It's so massive, in fact, that it's even got its own logo. There's no word on what it'll
These R&B Love Songs Are the Ultimate 2000’s Playlist

These R&B Love Songs Are the Ultimate 2000’s Playlist

R&B is undoubtedly one of music’s most expansive genres. Since the mid-1940s, the genre’s love songs have undergone several cultural shifts, stemming from early rock n’ roll influences to present
032c Honors Steve Jobs & Margiela With Bootleg Tees

032c Honors Steve Jobs & Margiela With Bootleg Tees

Brand: 032c Season: SS18 Key Pieces: 1997 Margiela and NeXT Bootleg Tees Editor’s Notes: Contemporary culture magazine 032c pay tribute to Martin Margiela and the late Steve Jobs with special tees

Former Apple exec tapped to lead Computer History Museum

The Computer History Museum named former Apple executive Dan’l Lewin as its new CEO and President today. Lewin was one of Steve Jobs’ top guys back in the early days of Apple. He served in a number of

Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs’ NeXT quits making computers

February 9, 1993: NeXT Computers, the company Steve Jobs founded after being pushed out of Apple, quits making computers. The company changes its name to NeXT Software and focuses its efforts entirely
New Tech Leads to Profit Chances No One Saw Coming

New Tech Leads to Profit Chances No One Saw Coming

This post New Tech Leads to Profit Chances No One Saw Coming appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The most unexpected breakout of the year? As brick-and-mortar stocks rise, Greg Guenthner reveals how

The Retail Comeback is Real: Buy “Dead Malls” Now

This post The Retail Comeback is Real: Buy “Dead Malls” Now appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The most unexpected breakout of the year? As brick and mortar breaks out, Greg Guenthner reveals the
Next results signal a good Christmas for UK retailers

Next results signal a good Christmas for UK retailers

Rising online sales offset fall at high street stores as company upgrades profit expectation to £725mNext has raised hopes for the retail sector by revealing a better than expected Christmas, with
Tony Fadell Q&A: Post-Nest life in Paris, investing in deep tech, and his global search for inspiration

Tony Fadell Q&A: Post-Nest life in Paris, investing in deep tech, and his global search for inspiration

As big names in Silicon Valley go, Tony Fadell is right up there among the biggest. Credited with creating the iPod for Apple, working on the iPhone, and founding smart home pioneer Nest, Fadell has a

Today in Apple history: Apple brings back Steve Jobs with NeXT buyout

December 20, 1996: Apple Computer buys NeXT, the computer company Steve Jobs founded after leaving Cupertino a decade earlier. The deal costs Apple $429 million. It’s a massive price to pay for the

Today in Apple history: A phone call sows the seeds of OS X

November 25, 1996: A midlevel manager at NeXT contacts Apple about the possibility of Cupertino licensing NeXT’s OpenStep operating system. Garrett L. Rice’s communication with Ellen Hancock, Apple’s
Thames Water explains why nationalisation is suddenly popular | Nils Pratley

Thames Water explains why nationalisation is suddenly popular | Nils Pratley

Privatised utility was seen as a financial instrument paying fat dividends to offshore owners while short-changing customers. Its new boss seems to think that game is now upHang out with executives
Next shares dive as sales miss City forecasts – business live

Next shares dive as sales miss City forecasts – business live

British manufacturing strengthened in October, but the City faces up to 75,000 job losses after BrexitBoE on impact of BrexitUK manufacturing output rose last monthBritish factories are doing well,
Next softens doom and gloom forecasts despite fall in profits

Next softens doom and gloom forecasts despite fall in profits

Upbeat chairman says situation is less challenging than six months ago and that Brexit-fuelled fall in pound and resultant price rises will start to ebbNext said the outlook for sales was brighter