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Thursday, Aug 25, 2011

Why California Should Care About Steve Jobs

Why California Should Care About Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs’ resignation as the CEO of Apple can have a direct impact on California’s economy.

Thursday, Aug 25, 2011
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By Scott Budman

Who's the "Next" Steve Jobs?

Who's the "Next" Steve Jobs?

Remember when Michael Jordan retired? Let the speculation begin.

Thursday, Aug 25, 2011
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By Adam Frucci

Apple Is Not Going to Change: Tim Cook

Apple Is Not Going to Change: Tim Cook

Tim Cook's first email to Apple employees has been leaked, reassuring them that everything will be A-OK without King Jobs on the throne.

Friday, Aug 26, 2011

Should You Buy or Sell Apple?

Should You Buy or Sell Apple?

After Jobs resignation, is it time to buy or sell?

Thursday, Dec 20, 2012
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By Mike Anderson, Beth Stebner

Remembering Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs has died at the age of 56. Take a look back at the Apple visionary's...View gallery

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Thursday, Aug 25, 2011

Steve Jobs iResigns From Apple

Steve Jobs iResigns From Apple

Shocking news from Apple Wednesday: Steve Jobs is resigning as CEO.

Wednesday, Aug 24, 2011
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By Scott Budman, Sajid Farooq

iResign: Apple Will Survive

iResign: Apple Will Survive

Steve Jobs reign CEO may be done but his legacy will live on.

Wednesday, Aug 24, 2011

VIDEO: NBC Bay Area Analysis of Jobs Announcement

VIDEO: NBC Bay Area Analysis of Jobs Announcement

Scott McGrew and Scott Budman react to the news that Steve Jobs has resigned as Apple CEO.

Wednesday, Aug 24, 2011

Steve Jobs' Letter to the Apple Board

Steve Jobs' Letter to the Apple Board

You can now call him the former CEO of Apple. Steve Jobs made it official Wednesday and released a letter he wrote to the Apple board telling them he can no longer meet his duties as CEO of the Silicon...

Thursday, Aug 25, 2011

10 Products That Define Steve Jobs

10 Products That Define Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs had no formal schooling in engineering, yet he's listed as the inventor or co-inventor on more than 200 U.S. patents

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US to Expand Pool of People Targeted for Deportation

US to Expand Pool of People Targeted for Deportation

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Highway 17 Mudslide Cleared, Rock Slide Causes Trouble

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