A profile of the policy wonk who shone the light and turned the tide on overseas tax havens.
For the first time, the giants of the tech industry are spending more on creating, buying, and fighting patents than they are on R&D.Part of New York Times' ongoing iEconomy series.
The story of an opportunity missed.
A look at Apple stores, where jobs are high stress, with low pay and little opportunity for advancement.
From failure to Pixar, Steve Jobs’ “wilderness years.”
After years of avoiding the uncomfortable truths about how his gadgets are made, a Mac fanboy travels to Foxconn to see for himself.Update 3/16/12: This American Life retracted this story today after it was revealed to have "contained significant fabrications."
How the U.S. lost out on iPhone work.
Walter Isaacson’s book is long, dull, often flat-footed, and humorless. It hammers on one nail, incessantly: that Steve Jobs was an awful man, but awful in the service of products people really liked (and eventually bought lots of) and so in the end his awfulness was probably OK.