Rick Tetzeli, Fast Company Editor at Large, discusses a post-Steve Jobs Apple and how CEO Tim Cook is handling the technology giant.
Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen Institute & CNBC Contributor, discusses how Apple's business is faring as well as rumored features of the iPhone 7.
Elon Musk is the most admired business leader among top MBA students, according to a Poets&Quants survey.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi claims without the federal government, the iPhone wouldn’t exist.
Is Apple too complicated? Ken Segall, "Think Simple" author offers advice on how to create a great brand by following Steve Jobs legacy of keeping it simple.
Apple is more than ever missing the magic of Steve Jobs, says Walter Isaacson, biographer of the late co-founder of the tech giant.
The former Apple CEO shared his frustrations over inefficient health care systems with company executives.
Spiegel is building Snapchat into the new communication experience and the world seems more than happy to conform, Recode reports.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley offered his take on the future of the company he helped Steve Jobs build.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell is trying his hand at mobile games for the first time, partnering with Spil Games to develop new titles.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder and designer of Apple's first computer, says education is important, but don't let a textbook limit you.
He gave advice to some of the tech industry's greatest leaders and innovators. Re/code reports.
At 22, Stephen Wolfram already had a great career as a physicist. So why did he ditch academia to make software? One word: Math.
The host of CNBC's "Follow the Leader" reveals five secrets to success she learned from John Paul DeJoria.
Apple was founded 40 years ago on April 1st, 1976. CNBC's Jon Fortt highlights the company's evolution.
The world's richest company celebrates its 40th birthday Friday. But Apple wasn't always the dominant technology giant it is today.
The future of gaming could have benefits beyond mere entertainment, a gaming industry pioneer told CNBC Monday.
The city's Municipal Transportation Agency collected $6.1 million in overpaid and duplicate parking tickets over a 17 year period.
San Francisco owes $6.1 million to drivers because of overpayment and duplicate payments between 1995 and 2012, including the late Steve Jobs.
This is what you need to consider if you are dedicating your billions to philanthropy, the FT reports.