The Anti-Steve Jobs Movie
A new documentary on the visionary Apple co-founder, which premiered at SXSW, offers a brutal, mostly one-sided take on the late Steve Jobs.
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‘Jobs’ Is Actually Not Bad
Despite early criticism, Ashton Kutcher’s indie biopic about Steve Jobs isn’t as bad as everyone says. Rob Fishman on the actor's turtleneck turn.
Steve Jobs’s Widow on Public Stage
Laurene Powell Jobs could be potent force in global issues.
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Larry Page Sitdown’s Juiciest Bits
Matthew Zeitlin on the Google CEO’s ‘Fortune’ sitdown, from those self-driving cars to Apple’s maps fail.
Sorkin: No Petraeus on Newsroom
The screenwriter and producer says Americans are destroying our own heroes, from fallen generals to tech geniuses—and gives a sneak peek at his...
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Jobs’ Memphis Home Bought by His Doc
Jobs recuperated from his liver transplant surgery in a Memphis house that his doctor would later buy, writes Andy Meek.
The Week in Viral Videos
From Steve Jobs’s FDR cameo to Jimmy Fallon’s ‘SNL’ audition, our countdown of the week’s buzziest videos.
FBI on Jobs: Smart, Tough, Dishonest
A 1991 FBI file compiled the opinions of co-workers and acquaintances. The verdict: not a nice guy but a good hire.