Tag Archive: Steve Jobs
Q&A: Former Apple exec Andy Miller on Steve Jobs, becoming a VC, and owning a minor-league baseball team
Oct. 10, ‘11: Andy Miller left Apple this past summer to become a General Partner at Highland Capital Partners, a venture capital firm. At Apple, he was the company’s VP of Advertising, reporting directly to Steve Jobs. (Apple bought his mobile advertising company, Quattro Wireless, almost … Continue reading →
Oct. 6, ‘11: The focus is off on this photo — shot at Steve Jobs’ last Apple keynote, this past June at WWDC — but I love the expression on Steve’s face as he takes back the slide clicker from Scott Forstall for … Continue reading →
Oct. 6, ‘11: Steve Jobs’ official biography, by former Time magazine editor Walter Isaacson, will now be released on Oct. 24, about a month earlier than anticipated. Since news of Jobs’ death yesterday, its pre-sales have soared 40,000% on Amazon, and it’s currently … Continue reading →
Oct. 5, ‘11: Many will point to Steve’s 2005 Stanford commencement speech as his greatest ever. I won’t argue with that. But his greatest presentation on Apple’s behalf was in January, 2007, when he unveiled the iPhone for the first time. It highlights everything that … Continue reading →
Oct. 5, ‘11: I’m happy that I got to see Steve speak in person once, this past June at WWDC. This is a photo I took that day.