Steve Jobs responds to the question: "What is the single, most valuable, piece of advice to give to [young entrepreneurs] to even attempt to create some of the value he's created in his impressive company?" His advice is something that the audience has heard before, but it is no less...
Walt Mossberg: The Steve Jobs I Knew
Walt Mossberg has worked for decades at the Wall Street Journal. His tenure as a technology journalist is staggering. Out of all of the eulogies to come out lately regarding Steve Jobs, his is probably worded best in terms of the man's legacy. The article covers the breadth of Jobs'...
The Entrepreneurs Who Look to Steve Jobs
This article comes from when Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple CEO. Jennifer Valentino-DeVries is able to point out the numerous notable Silicon Valley CEOs that channel Steve Jobs at every opportunity. The man's ability to inspire not just his employees but the competition is what will make...
CNN: Steve Wozniak on Steve Jobs
The fellow Apple co-founder tries to cover a broad range of topics: what made Steve Jobs different? How does the different economy affect start-ups today? He also lightly covers a problem in education; that the book is correct, and the student must look for answers there. Wozniak even brings...
Steve Jobs' Ultimate Lesson for Entrepreneurs
Davia Temin writes on the surface inconsistencies surrounding Steve Jobs. The dichotomies she mentions are not necessarily independent of each other, and, as Jobs' career eximplified, the traits work together tremendously well. She tries to dig at what made Jobs such a great leader, but...
Flowers and eulogies for Steve Jobs
This article in particular mentioned an application developer, Christopher Anderson, towards the end. He owes his entire livelihood to the former Apple C.E.O. as without the iPhone there would be no market for his software. The cell-phone market was very infantile before the original iPhone;...
Steve Jobs was an influence for all entrepreneurs
In this article Sloan touches upon how Steve Jobs' philosophies on technology have become rooted in Silicon Valley. A specific entrepreneur, Naval Ravikant, also speaks on how without Steve Jobs he'd, "probably be on Wall Street or in a big law firm." The recurrent message that Jobs gave to...
Virgin's Richard Branson: Apple boss Steve Jobs was the entrepreneur I most admired - Telegraph
Richard Branson points out the differences and similarities between his and Steve Jobs' management styles. Most of this is pointing out how to inspire underlings. The advice is not just relevant for entrepreneurs and Silicon Valley start-ups but for any one in a leadership position.
For Apple, a Big Loss Requires a Balancing Act
The comparison made here is to a company that Jobs himself owned a healthy stake in: Disney. The ups and downs of the animation studio after the death of its founder is brought up; the entire article is a message to Tim Cook. Apple can not endure what Disney went through in this economy.
Why Entrepreneurs Love Steve Jobs
Simon Sinek narrows down a few select lessons to learn from Steve Jobs' handling of Apple. This is probably due to Sinek's time personally giving TED Talks; with out being too verbose, he captures essential aspects that an entrepreneur should keep in mind when starting and handling a company.
Tim Cook: "No words can adequately express our sadness at Steve's death"
After taking over in August 2011, Tim Cook has attempting to keep up the work that Steve Jobs started. Whether or not he succeeds in this will be known in the future. For now, it can only be watched as to how he handles his company now that the man that hired him has passed away.
The End Of An Era
This ominous title speaks for both October 2011 and the time the article deals with. One of the darker sides to Apple Inc.'s past is Steve Jobs leaving in 1985. Due to a slowdown in sale, and clashes with John Sculley, Steve Jobs would be pushed out of the company he helped found. Judging by...
Bill Gates' Open Note Regarding Steve Jobs' Death
Bill Gates has often been depicted as antagonistic to Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in online media. His actual relationship with the Apple co-founders was shown to be much more amiable at the D: All Things Digital Conference (D5) in 2007 (which led to the creation of an internet meme...