Reflecting upon the life of Steve Jobs, I’ve thought about what the credit union industry can learn from the many great things said and accomplished by the man who helped build Apple.
In recent days, everyone has taken the news of Steve Jobs' resignation and illness in different ways. For me, it has conjured up admiration and curiosity.
Steve Jobs has been on a medical leave of absence from Apple since early this year. As I’m writing this, he just announced that he was no longer able to carry out his duties as CEO of Apple. It is sad news when anyone has to give up their passion...
Lesson in Steve Jobs resignation may be that continuing success depends on succession.
We all know the story of how outcast nerds in junior high or high school turn into the Bill Gates’s and Steve Jobs’s of the world.
Mark V. Hurd resigned last month as chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, bringing into question some extremely complex financial, strategic and governance issues.