Bloomberg Television today published a full-length interview between Apple CEO Tim Cook and David Rubenstein, one of three billionaire founders of private equity firm Carlyle Group, following a brief preview last month. The conversation took place at Cook’s alma mater Duke University on May 13.
Cook reflected on a wide range of topics, including his education and career path, relationship with the late Steve Jobs, the Apple Watch’s life-saving capabilities, politics, and social issues such as privacy, immigration, and equality.
On the subject of Apple’s earnings: Rubenstein: You’ve now been the CEO of Apple since about July of 2011. The [...]
In einem sehr ausführlichen Porträt stellt die Washington Post Laurene Powell Jobs und ihre aktuellen Projekte vor. iPhone&iPad
In seiner Zeit bei Next hat Steve Jobs eine seltene Gelegenheit, den Blick eines Außenseiters auf Apple zu werfen. Macwelt News
John Carmack, best known for his work on iconic games that include Quake, Doom, and Wolfenstein 3D, today took to Facebook to share details on his interactions with Steve Jobs and to provide some insight into Jobs‘ opinion on gaming, what it was like working with Jobs, and what it felt like to participate in one of Jobs‘ famous keynotes.
Carmack first interacted with Jobs when Jobs was still at NeXT, because Carmack wanted to add a „Developed on NeXT computers“ logo to the original Doom game. His request was initially denied, but later Jobs changed his mind. Doom never included a made on NeXT label, but Carmack did go on to work with Jobs on other [...]