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If tech CEOs were Founding Fathers, here's who they'd be

It's time to celebrate America. What better way to cheers to the old white men who created America than to honor the middle-aged white men who still control it? Of course, in America today, some of our politicians don't command much reverence or
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How to Identify and Tell Your Most Powerful Stories

They’re the ones that help people connect to you on a personal level.
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Apple spotlights young developers ahead of WWDC

One day before Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage at the company's annual World Wide Developer Conference, Apple's top executive mingled with a much smaller gathering of developers inside the Steve Jobs Theatre. Unlike the typical developer
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Apple CEO Tim Cook remembers Steve Jobs in heartfelt commencement speech

Apple CEO Tim Cook turned to a familiar source when it came to offering advice to the class of 2018. Speaking at the commencement ceremony at Duke University, Cook encouraged the students in attendance to learn from the example set by Apple founder
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This Steve Jobs-Favored Education Startup Made Smart Flash Cards To Help Kids Teach Themselves

Montessorium, a maker of Montessori-inspired educational apps, is now offering 'smart flashcards' that can offer a personalized learning experience for small children.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook just dunked on Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook is Silicon Valley's punching bag du jour following the Cambridge Analytica crisis, and Apple's CEO just threw an uppercut. Asked what he would do if he was Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook said Wednesday: "I wouldn't be in this situation." .@
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'The next Steve Jobs' charged with 'massive fraud'

Stanford University dropout Elizabeth Holmes was once anointed "the next Steve Jobs." Sadly for the now disgraced (and soon to be former) CEO of Theranos, her "one more thing" just so happens to be getting hit with charges of "massive fraud" by the

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