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Happy 39th birthday, Apple!

Apple Inc. is 39 years old today!

TIME Magazine‘s 80th anniversary issue featured a look back over 80 years in a piece titled “80 Days That Changed the World,” published on March 31, 2003. Lev Grossman wrote about one …

 

The Dow welcomes Apple, the world’s most valuable company

“When the Dow Jones Industrial Average starts moving today with the opening bell at 9:30 a.m. New York time, it will have a slightly different look,” Paul Vigna reports for The Wall Street Journal.

“Apple Inc. starts trading today as …

 

Today is the 60th anniversary of Steve Jobs’ birth

“Today marks what would have been Steve Jobs’ 60th birthday,” The Irish Examiner reports.

“Jobs was pivotal to a host of industries, and has been credited with revolutionising not only the computer, phone and tablet industries, but also music through …

 

Happy 38th birthday, Apple!

Apple Inc. is 38 years old today!

TIME Magazine‘s 80th anniversary issue featured a look back over 80 years in a piece titled “80 Days That Changed the World,” published on March 31, 2003. Lev Grossman wrote about one …

 

Today is the 59 anniversary of Steve Jobs’ birth

090213_jobsToday is the 59th anniversary of Steve Jobs’ birth. Jobs was born on February 24, 1955.

Steve Jobs was a college dropout when he teamed up with Steve Wozniak in 1976 to sell personal computers assembled in Jobs’ garage. That

 

US Postal Service to issue Steve Jobs stamp next year

“Many of his creations reduced the need to send physical mail, but late Apple founder Steve Jobs will still get a fitting tribute from the US Postal Service: his likeness will appear on a postage stamp beginning in 2015, according …

 

Happy Birthday Steve Jobs!

090213_jobsToday would have been the 58th birthday of Steve Jobs’. Jobs was born on February 24, 1955.

Steve Jobs was a college dropout when he teamed up with Steve Wozniak in 1976 to sell personal computers assembled in Jobs’ garage.