On his first week taking over as CEO for Apple, Tim Cook is awarded 1 million shares of company stock, worth some $383 million based on today's closing price.
(Posted in Apple Talk by Josh Lowensohn)
August 26, 2011 3:29 PM PDT
The company's shares are down less than 2 percent in their first open following Steve Jobs' decision to step down as CEO of Apple.
(Posted in The Digital Home by Don Reisinger)
August 25, 2011 7:25 a.m. PT
Now that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is stepping down as CEO of the company, there a number of things to keep an eye on in the coming months.
(Posted in Apple Talk by Josh Lowensohn)
August 24, 2011 8:43 p.m. PT
commentary Many people misunderstand the design genius of Apple. Sure, it's products look gorgeous. But Apple's great success with design is creating experiences that its customers crave.
(Posted in Microsoft by Jay Greene)
August 24, 2011 7:21 p.m. PT
Shoppers in New York and San Francisco Apple stores said Jobs' recent public appearances led them to believe he might be coming back. Some say he is sure to influence company as chairman.
(Posted in Apple by Greg Sandoval)
August 24, 2011 7:06 p.m. PT
With news of the Apple CEO's departure shocking the tech world, many are wondering whether the company's parade of hit products can last without him or if his design and marketing philosophies are now "baked" in.
(Posted in Geek Gestalt by Daniel Terdiman) August 24, 2011 6:02 p.m. PT
As Jobs steps down as Apple's chief executive, his legacy will be measured in part by how he led the company to partner with, compete against and ultimately surpass Microsoft in profits and market value. (Posted in Microsoft by Jay Greene) August 24, 2011 5:56 p.m. PT
As CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs turned the music industry upside down and created one of the world's most valuable companies. Along the way he changed plenty of lives, too. (Posted in Crave by Eric Mack) August 24, 2011 6:27 PM PT
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Steve Jobs retrospective
Steve Jobs stepping down as CEO of Apple marks the end of an era. Come with us on a journey through the ups and downs of his career. From the development of the first Mac in 1984 to the unveiling of the iPhone and iPad, Jobs has changed the face of an industry.
Apple finally delivers a tablet computer, calling it the iPad. Find out more about it, and Apple's other announcements in this roundup.
Apple iPad tablet makes debut (live blog) (Posted in Apple by Josh Lowensohn)
January 27, 2010 12:29 p.m. PT
Twenty-five years ago, the landmark commercial paved the way for big-budget television advertisements and brought Apple into the mainstream.
(Posted in The Social by Caroline McCarthy)
January 23, 2009 4:00 a.m. PT
After years of speculation, Apple reveals its iPod mobile phone, as well as a home networking device, at Macworld.
Photos: Steve Jobs reveals the iPhone
Apple launches iTunes for Windows (Posted at CNET News by Tom Krazit, Jennifer Guevin, and Michelle Meyers)
January 9, 2007 1:50 p.m. PT
In 1991, a younger Jobs said it had long been his "dream" to distribute Pixar films though Disney. Now he's Disney's largest shareholder.
(Posted at CNET News by John Borland and Ina Fried)
January 24, 2006 2:19 p.m. PT
Q&A Mac co-creator Andy Hertzfeld talks with CNET News.com about the early days, open-source software, the iPod and Steve Jobs' parking habits.
(Posted at CNET News by Scott Ard)
January 11, 2005 4:00 a.m. PT
The Mac maker's new digital music service offers downloads for 200,000 songs at 99 cents each, with unlimited CD burning and iPod transfers--among the most liberal licensing terms to date.
Apple launches iTunes for Windows (Posted at CNET News by John Borland)
April 28, 2003 12:16 p.m. PT
Steve Jobs says he'll drop the "interim" from his title, capping a two-and-a-half-year search for a full-time chief.
(Posted at CNET News by Jim Davis and Michael Kanellos)
January 5, 2000 11:30 p.m. PT
Unlikely bedfellows Bill Gates and Steve Jobs join to announce Microsoft's $150 million investment in Apple and extensive agreements.
(Posted at CNET News by Dawn Kawamoto, Ben Heskett, and Mike Ricciutti)
August 6, 1997 3:05 p.m. PT
In Apple's industry-rocking merger with Next, it is unclear what Gil Amelio wants most out of the deal: an operating system or Steve Jobs.
Apple acquires Next, Jobs (Posted at CNET News by Jim Davis and Anthony Lazarus)
December 20, 1996 10:45 p.m. PT
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