Tim Cook: Steve Jobs’ DNA will always be the core of Apple:
Speaking to students at the University of Glasgow at Scotland, Apple commander-in-chief Tim Cook discussed how Steve Jobs and his philosophy have shaped the Big A into the company that it is today. Addressing the audience, Cook said Jobs is “by far” the individual who has influenced him the most during his lifetime, noting Apple continues to celebrate and live the Jobs philosophy. “Steve’s DNA will always be the core of Apple. Steve is deeply embedded in the company. We celebrate him and we celebrate his philosophy,” he said, before further adding Jobs’ philosophy will be present in the company even 100…
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”This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.” —Steve Jobs
Diana Walker was the White House correspondent for Time Magazine during the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton years. She has won numerous awards from World Press, the White House News Photographers Association, and the National Press Photographers Association. Her photographs are in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery, the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Minneapolis Museum of Art.
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