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Hewlett-Packard's move to keep its PC unit makes sense for now, but low margins, hard-drive shortages, and tablet cannibalization are just around the corner.
Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs' biographer, tells "60 Minutes" that he regretted postponing surgery that could have saved his life. And then has a secret liver transplant.
Colleagues of the late Apple co-founder tell CBS' "60 Minutes" that Jobs believed that his belief that something was possible could make it so.
The CBS News magazine interviews Walter Isaacson about the iconic tech pioneer and his experiences with the man himself.
The Apple co-founder's fire made for great products, but also cruelty, biographer Walter Isaacson says. Jobs also was determined not to let money ruin him.
In a "60 Minutes Overtime" segment, we hear from the late Steve Jobs on which tech companies and leaders he liked--and loathed.
Until his death, few of us knew much about Steve Jobs' home life--his wife, his kids. Jobs' biographer gives "60 Minutes" a rare look inside the family's photo album--an an iPad, of course.
book review Walter Isaacson's biography is a compelling book that, like Jobs himself, doesn't sugarcoat the Apple leader's history. But in it, Jobs does get the last word.
Walter Isaacson, author of Steve Jobs' biography, appears on the CBS News magazine. While much of the book has already leaked out, Isaacson also offers tapes of Jobs discussing his life and impending death.
In a preview clip of a "60 Minutes" interview airing Sunday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs tells biographer Walter Isaacson he initially didn't like what he learned about his biological father.