March 16, 1999 |
Apple Computer Inc. is expected today to introduce a version of its Macintosh operating system for computer servers and possibly details on the next version of the operating system for its popular personal computers. The major upgrade of the software, its biggest overhaul in many years, will combine features from the current Mac OS and Next Computer Inc.'s Rhapsody operating system.
February 2, 2006 |
The Writers Guild of America, West, asked the National Labor Relations Board to file a complaint against most major broadcast networks and reality TV producers, accusing them of interfering with the right of employees to organize. The guild alleges that networks including ABC and CBS and such producers as Rocket Science Laboratories and Next Entertainment Inc.
June 20, 1997
Apple Computer Inc. filed for co-founder Steve Jobs to sell 1.5 million shares he acquired when the Cupertino-based computer maker bought Next Software Inc. in February for $425 million. The Securities and Exchange Commission filing said the sale would leave Jobs with just one share of Apple, which has lost more than $1.5 billion in the last six quarters. Jobs founded Next in 1985 after being ousted from Apple. Since February, he has served as an advisor to Apple Chief Executive Gilbert Amelio.
September 26, 2003 |
Signaling their intent to crack down on corporate coverups, federal authorities Thursday arrested a former Ernst & Young partner on charges the accountant tampered with records providing insights into the collapse of online credit card issuer NextCard Inc. Thomas Trauger, who oversaw Ernst & Young's financial audits of NextCard, is accused of altering key financial documents after banking regulators raised doubts about the San Francisco-based company's accounting practices in October 2001.
January 18, 1986 |
Apple Computer has settled its $5-million suit against Steven P. Jobs, Apple's co-founder and former chairman, and his new company, Next Inc., the firms said Friday. Terms of the settlement, reached late Friday, place restrictions on Next's products and marketing plans, prohibit it from hiring any Apple employees for six months and allow Apple to periodically inspect Next's products, Apple spokeswoman Barbara Krause said.
December 17, 1996 |
Since the stall of Apple Inc.'s negotiations to buy Be Inc. from its former technology chief, Jean-Louis Gassee, the troubled Cupertino computer company has turned to Next Inc., the software outfit started by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Sources said Jobs made a presentation to Apple's management team, outlining how Next's software could become a suitable successor to Apple's Macintosh operating system.