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  • What Industrialist Anand Mahindra Said On iPhone X Launch

    What Industrialist Anand Mahindra Said On iPhone X Launch

    Apple CEO Tim Cook opened the event at the Steve Jobs Auditorium on Apple's new campus in Cupertino, California, US.

  • iPhone With Curved Glass: Report Says Apple Getting Ready For New Launch

    iPhone With Curved Glass: Report Says Apple Getting Ready For New Launch

    The iPhone is Apple's most important product, representing about two-thirds of sales. It also leads customers to buy other Apple devices like the iPad and Apple Watch, and serves as a home for lucrative services like the App Store.

  • Vishal Sikka Quotes Steve Jobs, Says Infy On Track To Hit $20 Billion Target

    Vishal Sikka Quotes Steve Jobs, Says Infy On Track To Hit $20 Billion Target

    "Steve Jobs always said you always connect the dots looking back ... every day that goes by I feel very comfortable that we will get there," Dr Sikka said, referring to the late founder of Apple Inc, a client of Infosys.

  • Apple Still Strong At 40, But Are Best Years Behind It?

    Apple Still Strong At 40, But Are Best Years Behind It?

    Apple's growth hasn't been smooth. Jobs was forced out in the 1990s, leading to a revolving door for chief executives until he returned in 1997, as the company he co-founded was on the brink of collapse.

  • When Bill Gates Memorised Employees' Car Licence Plates

    When Bill Gates Memorised Employees' Car Licence Plates

    Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates in his early career monitored employees' work hours by memorising their license plates to keep a track of them.

  • Steve Jobs Went to India for Inspiration: Apple CEO Tim Cook

    Steve Jobs Went to India for Inspiration: Apple CEO Tim Cook

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi began a two-day trip to Silicon Valley on Saturday with a visit to "green" car maker Tesla Motors Inc and a meeting with Apple Inc's CEO, Tim Cook.

  • Insider Offers a View From Moguls' Lofty Heights

    Insider Offers a View From Moguls' Lofty Heights

    For advice on how to be a mogul, take it from someone who has been married to one.

  • HDFC Bank's Aditya Puri in Barron's List of 30 Best CEOs

    HDFC Bank's Aditya Puri in Barron's List of 30 Best CEOs

    HDFC Bank managing director Aditya Puri has featured in American financial magazine Barron's list of 30 best CEOs.

  • New Spirit in India Under PM Modi: Infosys Chief Vishal Sikka

    New Spirit in India Under PM Modi: Infosys Chief Vishal Sikka

    Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka spoke to NDTV's Dr Prannoy Roy on the sidelines of the annual World Economic Forum meeting being held at Davos. It has been an amazing journey at Infosys, and there's been a lot of positive energy in the company that keeps me going, Mr Sikka said.

  • Steve Jobs Gives Posthumous Testimony in Apple Trial

    Steve Jobs Gives Posthumous Testimony in Apple Trial

    Jobs' testimony from a few months before his death in October 2011 was played at the hearing Friday.

  • Simplifying the Bull: How Picasso Helps to Teach Apple's Style

    Simplifying the Bull: How Picasso Helps to Teach Apple's Style

    Steve Jobs established Apple University as a way to inculcate employees into Apple's business culture and educate them about its history, particularly as the company grew and the tech business changed. Courses are not required, only recommended, but getting new employees to enroll is rarely a problem.

  • A Fine Line in Revealing the Illness of the CEO

    A Fine Line in Revealing the Illness of the CEO

    Corporate leaders from Steve Jobs to Warren Buffett and now Jamie Dimon have wrestled with how - or whether - to go public about health problems. How much to disclose, and when, involves delicate corporate and personal decisions for which there are few hard rules. Executives have no real legal obligation to tell the world they are sick.

  • Beats Co-Founder Iovine Could Be Key Apple Deal Ingredient

    Beats Co-Founder Iovine Could Be Key Apple Deal Ingredient

    When music producer Jimmy Iovine pitched his friend Steve Jobs on a streaming music service in 2003, the Apple founder was unconvinced.

  • Ex-Apple chief executive John Sculley plans smartphone for India

    Ex-Apple chief executive John Sculley plans smartphone for India

    Former Apple chief executive John Sculley, whose marketing skills helped bring the personal computer to desktops worldwide, says he plans to launch a mobile phone in India to exploit its still largely untapped smartphone market.

  • Tech workers seek to use Steve Jobs evidence in trial on no-hire accords

    Tech workers seek to use Steve Jobs evidence in trial on no-hire accords

    Four large technology companies should not be allowed to limit evidence about Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs at an upcoming trial over no-hire agreements in Silicon Valley, according to a court document filed late on Thursday by employees suing the firms.

  • Keep Steve Jobs' personality out of trial: tech companies

    Keep Steve Jobs' personality out of trial: tech companies

    Tech workers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Inc and Adobe Systems Inc in 2011, alleging they conspired to avoid competing for each other's employees in order to avert a salary war. Trial is scheduled to begin at the end of May on behalf of roughly 60,000 workers in the class, and defendants say damages could excee...

  • Apple's Mac still influences, 30 years after debut

    Apple's Mac still influences, 30 years after debut

    Apple sparked a revolution in computing with the Mac. In turn, that sparked a revolution in publishing as people began creating fancy newsletters, brochures and other publications from their desktops.

  • Notable in their absence from Davos

    Notable in their absence from Davos

    Billionaire Warren E. Buffett has never attended. Neither has Timothy D. Cook, chief executive of Apple, the world's largest company by market value. (His predecessor, Steve Jobs, never went, either.) The founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, stopped going a couple of years ago, as did Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chairman. Both companies ...

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