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Gear Supplier Wants out of Syrian Surveillance Deal

The Italian company criticized for supplying the brutal Syrian regime with telecommunications equipment has frozen its participation and wants to kill the contract.

Harvard Business Review: Gates, Not Jobs, Deserves Recognition

Analysis: Steve Jobs has received well-deserved public acclaim, but Bill Gates might be a businessperson to admire, and the model for our children to emulate.

Apple by the Numbers: Sales, Stores, Staff all Grew in 2011

A report notes Apple hit 60,000 employees, sold 72.29 million iPhones in 2011, occupied 13.2 million square feet of office space, and operated 3 million square feet of retail stores.

Sprint, Clearwire May Help Drive LTE Convergence

Cooperation between Sprint Nextel and Clearwire on LTE should help to bring two versions of that technology together.

What Does Microsoft Really Want from Yahoo?

Speculation heats up again about Microsoft's real intentions toward the beleaguered search pioneer.

Business Secrets of Steve Jobs

Analysis: Apple's late co-founder leaves some prescient lessons that CEOs and managers in all sectors and in companies of all shapes and sizes can learn from.

The Steve Jobs Legacy: Apple Devotees Remember a Genius

Apple faithful remember a tech legend and tell how Steve Jobs' life work has touched their lives.


How Steve Jobs' Obstinance Changed Tech

Analysis: The unique visionary left an indelible mark on the computer industry and an impact unlikely to be matched.

Fortune Releases Steve Jobs History E-Book

"All About Steve: The Story of Steve Jobs and Apple from the Pages of Fortune" has been released on Amazon as a Kindle book.


Petitioners ask White House to End Patents

The top 10 petitions on the White House website includes a request to end software patents -- but lags a bid to legalize marijuana.