By Paul Solman
The British street artist known as Banksy has struck again, with a piece portraying Steve Jobs as a refugee in Calais, France.
By Gretchen Frazee
It's been a little more than two years since the founder and creative force behind Apple died at age 56. What does the transition of leadership mean for the future of one of the most iconic American tech companies? Hari…
By PBS NewsHour
While Apple's popularity has grown with products like the iPad, iPod and iPhone, so has criticism of the labor practices at Chinese factories where the products are made. Jeffrey Brown discusses the criticism and an ongoing audit of worker conditions…
Isaacson: Jobs Broke the Rules, but Linked 'Artistry to Engineering'…
Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was remembered Thursday as being one the of world's greatest innovators. Jeffrey Brown discusses his life and work with Google's Vint Cerf, Boing Boing's Xeni Jardin and AOL co-founder Steve Case.
In a statement late Wednesday, Apple said its co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer at age 56. Correspondent Spence Michels looks back on the life and work of the digital visionary.
Upon the death of Steve Jobs, we dipped into the NewsHour's video vault for past coverage of Apple and Jobs. We uncovered this 1985 piece by Elizabeth Brackett that captures a tumultuous time in the company's history. In…
In a segment from the April 5, 1985 edition of the "MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour," correspondent Elizabeth Brackett examines Apple Computer, featuring co-founder and then-Chairman Steve Jobs.
Apple announced Wednesday that CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs had stepped down from his helm, but will serve as chairman of the board. Ray Suarez discusses Jobs' lasting impact on innovation and what comes next for Apple and the tech…
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