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'The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs' opera to premiere in July

”A techno-infused opera about the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has earned the financial backing of opera companies in San Francisco and Seattle, ensuring the musical meditation on the iconic entrepreneur will travel to America’s high-tech enclave,” The Associated Press reports. 346 more words


Apple Park: See the latest drone footage update in 4K

Take a breathtaking tour via drone of the Apple Park. Apple’s mega headquarters that is set to open in April 2017.

Apple’s new 175-acre campus will be ready for employees to begin occupying in April. 236 more words


Apple has kept Steve Jobs' promises with its new 'Apple Park' headquarters

”Hot on the heels of last week’s announcement that Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference is moving to San Jose from San Francisco, Apple today announced that the ‘Apple Park’ campus will open April,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. 238 more words


Apple's new 175-acre campus, Apple Park, opens to employees in April; Theater to be named for Steve Jobs

Apple today announced that Apple Park, the company’s new 175-acre campus, will be ready for employees to begin occupying in April. The process of moving more than 12,000 people will take over six months, and construction of the buildings and parklands is scheduled to continue through the summer. 522 more words


Laurene Powell Jobs cuts Disney stake in half

”Laurene Powell Jobs, previously Walt Disney ’s largest single shareholder, recently cut her beneficial stake in the company in half, to about 64 million shares, according to regulatory filings,” Ed Lin reports for Barron’s. 157 more words


Tim Cook #11 on Vanity Fair's 2016 'New Establishment' list, Eddy Cue #54, Laurene Powell Jobs #73

Vanity Fair’s 2016 ‘New Establishment’ list feature two Apple executives and the wife of Steve Jobs on a list topped by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos.

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Do Rich Men and Women Spend Their Money the Same Way?

If you asked an elementary school-aged boy in the late 1960s or early ‘70s what he wanted to own when he grew up, if he could own anything in the world, he would very likely have had one or more of the following on his list: a rocket ship, his own car company, an airplane (or even better, an airline), maybe his local newspaper, and a sports team. 1,336 more words