Walter Isaacson's biography of the Apple leader has been released. Here's a look at what's in the book.
The service, set up by m-Via, allows migrant workers in the U.S. to set up a mobile bank account and more cheaply send funds back to people in their home country.
Group of students at MIT quiz the billionaire and Microsoft chairman on both how to get rich and how to make a difference.
The Microsoft CEO sits down for a profile interview with Businessweek. And although he doesn't reveal much, we do learn he closed down a steakhouse for the night to do the interview.
Paid in cash? Point of Wealth lets you put it where you should, when you earn it.
President Obama cites Apple CEO Steve Jobs as an example of an American who deserves wealth, which in turn should serve as an incentive for others.
A new study from Pew Internet Research finds that higher-income Americans tend to use the Internet more often and are also more likely to have gadgets.
Oracle CEO along with George Lucas, Michael Bloomberg, and host of other billionaires say yes to call from Bill Gates and Warren Buffett for charity donations.
In Silicon Valley, even multimillionaires don't feel rich. One "escapee" from the Bay Area reminds us that there are other options.
For $200, you can show you spent $200 on an otherwise feature-free Android program. Let's see if Google treats this differently than Apple did.