The success mantra that Steve Jobs brought with him to Apple 23 years ago and the indelible footprints he left on the management are still followed religiously.
Multi-billion dollar tech businesses, from Microsoft to Amazon, had interesting origin stories: most of them from inside a rented garage space.
Technocrats of Asian descent in the US have proved their worth time and again, as they have either established or they are leading some of the biggest organizations there.
It takes a special kind of character to persevere when all around you have given up the ghost and a very high degree of competence to eventually do better than anyone expected. Churchill’s and Jobs’ lives probably offer a useful blueprint with which to judge and identify leaders. Most of us might not want either of them as a friend, but if we were in for a tough fight, we would very likely want them on our side.
A new Bloomberg report says that Amazon’s HQ2 fiasco was driven by Jeff Bezos’ envy of Elon Musk but there’s more to it…
Bob Iger, CEO, Disney has departed Apple board after 8 years, ahead of Apple TV Plus launch.
Apple is planning to announce three new iPhones and two new iPads, according to a report. All eyes are on new iPhone line up that the company is going to launch on September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theater, a part of the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California.