In a New York Times op-ed, Steve Jobs' biographer, Walter Isaacson, describes how Jobs wasn't all that interested in, for example, rigorously solving classic tests of "intelligence," like brain teasers--which Bill Gates would have loved.
Author Walter Isaacson discusses Steve Jobs' appreciation for creativity and technology as well as his brutal leadership style.
Author Walter Isaacson discusses the Zenlike simplicity to all Apple products and Jobs' approach to innovation in the workroom.
The hefty 630-page biog of Apple's iconic co-founder is only a first draft, according to Isaacson, and could be expanded.
CNET chats with author Walter Isaacson, whose authorized biography of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs hits shelves today, about topics from Jony Ive to Apple TV.
The biographer talks to "60 Minutes" about Jobs' early childhood and his reaction to being adopted--including his take on his biological father.
The notes and related testimony from Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson will not be in play in the DOJ's antitrust case against Apple.
Plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe say they should be able to use all Jobs-related evidence to make their case.
When the late Apple co-founder met with President Obama, Jobs gave the president ideas about generating jobs and retaining talented engineers from overseas, Jobs' biographer tells "60 Minutes."
Before resigning as CEO, the Apple co-founder told key employees that he didn't think Apple should get into the business because of its poor margins, according to a new book.