October 15, 2005
* Apple Computer Inc. named Tim Cook operating chief, cementing his position as the No. 2 executive at the company and as a potential successor to Chief Executive Steve Jobs. * U.S. retail sales of video games for consoles and portable game players in September fell a larger-than-expected 24% from a year earlier to $347 million ahead of the all-important holiday season, analysts said. * A California court affirmed a jury verdict ordering Toshiba Corp. and a subsidiary to pay Lexar Media Inc.
September 9, 2008 |
Apple Inc. settled a lawsuit claiming that company directors and managers, including Chief Executive Steve Jobs, lied to shareholders about how they backdated option awards to maximize personal profit. U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel in San Jose tentatively approved the settlement of the so-called derivative lawsuit brought by Apple investors on behalf of the company against directors and officers for breach of corporate duties, said Fogel's clerk, Christian Delaney. Cupertino, Calif.
October 24, 2008 |
A false Internet report claiming that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs had suffered a heart attack was posted by a teenager, and investigators haven't found evidence that he tried to profit by driving down the stock, two people familiar with the matter said. The Securities and Exchange Commission is examining the 18-year-old's motives after the article, posted on a user-submitted news website run by CNN called iReport.com, sent Apple shares down as much as 5.4% on Oct. 3, according to the two people, who declined to be identified because the ongoing investigation isn't public.
January 19, 2011
'The Charming Quirks of Others': A review in the Jan. 2 Arts & Books section of Alexander McCall Smith's novel "The Charming Quirks of Others," the latest in his Isabel Dalhousie series, referred to Isabel's fiance, Jamie, as a cellist. He is a bassoonist. IPhone movie: A Jan. 15 article in Calendar about South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook's use of an Apple iPhone 4 to shoot his latest short film, "Paranmanjang," said the English title for the project was "Ups and Downs.
June 9, 2011 |
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs has revealed plans for a new headquarters for the company that "looks a little like a spaceship. " The presentation about the proposed campus, designed to hold 12,000 employees, was made before the City Council in Cupertino, Calif., Apple's present home. The company hasn't formally submitted plans to the city, but the fact that Jobs — who is on medical leave from Apple but still participating in decisions — showed up in person for the presentation Tuesday surprised many in attendance.
January 18, 2011 |
The latest health scare for Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs is raising sobering concerns for a company basking in a string of hit products that have helped make it the world's most valuable technology enterprise. FOR THE RECORD: Steve Jobs: In the Jan. 18 Section A, a graphic with an article about the latest health scare for Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said he missed his customary speech at Macworld in December 2008. Macworld was held in January 2009. ? Apple rattled Silicon Valley and its own employees by disclosing Monday that Jobs is taking his second medical leave in two years to attend to unspecified health problems.