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UK breast implant victims want answersupdated: Sat Jan 07 2012 02:42:00

When Rowena Macintosh was deciding on whether or not to get breast implants, she told the operating surgeon that she was concerned about leaking silicone from the implants.

Fortune: Mike Moritz returns to 'The Little Kingdom'updated: Thu Nov 05 2009 14:06:00

Back in the early '80s, when the Macintosh computer was little more than an idea, Mike Moritz, then a correspondent for Time, had unfettered access to Steve Jobs and a much smaller Apple Computer.

CNNMoney: Bonds mixed as stocks surgeupdated: Mon Oct 19 2009 18:51:00

U.S. debt prices were mixed Monday as stocks hit one year highs and investors braced for a week filled with corporate results.

Got a Macquarium? Photos, home museums pay tribute to Macsupdated: Mon Feb 23 2009 09:21:00

Ben Cahan wishes he hadn't damaged his old snapshot of a person in a prosthetic alien suit sitting with his Macintosh. Luckily, he still has a late-1980s picture of actor Kurt Russell with his boxy Mac desktop.

Mac museum?updated: Mon Feb 23 2009 09:21:00

iReporter Gil Poulsen of Franklin Park, New Jersey, has a basement tribute to the Mac computer.

Apple fans mark 25 years of Mac devotionupdated: Mon Jan 26 2009 11:19:00

Long before fish swam in Macquariums, hipsters got Apple logo tattoos and thousands camped out for days to get into computer store openings, there was a machine.

Time.com: Microsoft Delays Office for Mac Releaseupdated: Thu Aug 02 2007 12:00:00

Microsoft Corp. will delay the release of Office 2008 for Apple Inc.'s Macintosh computers until the middle of January 2008, in order to fix lingering bugs in the software

Time.com: Mac and iPhone Sales Boost Appleupdated: Thu Jul 26 2007 06:00:00

Apple shares surged more than 9 percent in extended trading Wednesday after the computer and gadget maker reported that earnings grew 73 percent.

Fortune: Captain's Blog, stardate 4/26/07updated: Thu Apr 26 2007 08:42:00

MARKS: Happy Dow breaking 13,000 to you! Happy Dow breaking 13,000 to you! You look like a short seller, and you weep like one too! Just one for instance: AP reports that, "Apple blew past Wall Street expectations Wednesday, posting quarterly profits that jumped 88%, fueled by strong sales of its iPod players and Macintosh computers." And remember that's coming off strong comps! Yep. As Shawn Tully calls it: "A perfect calm."

Fortune: Back-to-school gadgets, 101updated: Thu Aug 31 2006 13:25:00

The textbooks say that summer does not officially end until the autumnal equinox on Sept. 22 or Sept. 23 (depending on the time zone you're occupying at the time), but for millions of young people it's over the moment the first class bell rings for the fall semester.

Fortune: Apple's New Coreupdated: Tue Mar 14 2006 11:07:00

Change is inevitable, and that's generally a good thing. Granted, you won't find many dinosaurs happy about the sudden climate change 65.5 million years ago, but in the grand scheme of things the w...

Fortune: 2006 Consumer Tech Forecastupdated: Wed Feb 22 2006 09:43:00

The holidays are past, the sales are on, and perhaps you're tempted to buy yourself the technology toy that Santa somehow forgot to drop down your chimney.

Fortune: Hold off on biting into new Appleupdated: Tue Jan 03 2006 17:56:00

Apple said last summer that it is switching to Intel microprocessors from the IBM and Motorola PowerPC chips that have powered the Mac for the past decade.

CNNMoney: Sorting time for stocksupdated: Mon Jun 06 2005 05:45:00

Stocks could start the week stronger Monday as investors weigh some corporate news and a new drop in interest rates.

CNNMoney: Modest gains for stocksupdated: Mon May 23 2005 09:19:00

Stocks edged higher early Monday, as lower oil prices gave otherwise reluctant investors a reason to keep last week's rally going.

CNNMoney: Bulls may make moveupdated: Mon May 23 2005 05:48:00

Stocks could get a lift from further declines in oil in early trading, although concerns about the economy could keep equities from continuing their recent rally.

CNNMoney: Tech stocks ooze red inkupdated: Tue Apr 13 2004 15:26:00

Technology stocks closed in the minus column Tuesday as investors worried that a robust retail sales report meant an earlier-than-expected rise in interest rates.

Apple's core: The Mac turns 20updated: Fri Jan 23 2004 14:05:00

Its dedicated users are so passionate they're often described as religious about their love for the machine.

Money Magazine: Gift Guide 2003updated: Mon Dec 01 2003 00:01:00

To head off any moments of sweaty indecision you may have as you shop for the holidays, here's the ultimate gift guide. We skipped the standbys--jewelry, sweaters and such--in favor of fresh ideas ...

Fortune: I've Bitten The Apple: Steve Jobs Keeps Rocking My Worldupdated: Mon Jun 09 2003 00:01:00

This is almost embarrassing, but I actually want to say really nice things about someone: Steve Jobs, CEO simultaneously of Apple Computer and Pixar Animation Studios.

Fortune: Campus Radical FORTUNE tech guru Peter Lewis gathers all the gear you need to be cool at school--as demonstrated updated: Mon Aug 12 2002 00:01:00

Personal computers are displacing books as the main repositories of knowledge on college campuses. But you need to do some homework. Check with the admissions department to find out if the school r...

Fortune: The Preppie Tech Handbookupdated: Mon May 13 2002 00:01:00

A mere 31 years ago, I graduated from the Suffield Academy prep school, in Suffield, Conn., where, needless to say, I didn't use a computer. Recently Suffield wooed a bunch of its old and allegedly...

Fortune: Apple: The Comeback Kid? Don't laugh (or worse, try to change the subject). Apple's new iMac may get businesses updated: Mon Mar 18 2002 00:01:00

CUPERTINO, Calif., Jan. 29, 2002 (Wall Street Journal)--Apple Computer says it has received a record-breaking number of pre-orders for its new iMac desktop computer, a sign that the product may be ...

Fortune: Rip-Resistant CDs Do Not Computeupdated: Mon Jan 07 2002 00:01:00

It's the same old copyright song, copied over and over. Only now the volume is getting louder.

Fortune: Plastic Fantasticupdated: Mon Oct 29 2001 00:01:00

Made of genuine wood-grain plastic that's supposed to resemble rosewood, Harman Kardon's new Champagne Special Edition three-piece computer speaker set is designed for PC-using executives who want ...

Fortune: My Old Flame: The Macintoshupdated: Mon Jun 25 2001 00:01:00

Like most people, I wrote the Macintosh off a long time ago. After an 11-year relationship, I dumped the Mac in 1996 and persuaded my partners to switch to a Windows-only network. I thought Apple C...

Fortune: Broadband Security at Homeupdated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

In more innocent times, people often left their front doors unlocked. The odds of a burglar trying the front door on any given day were small, especially in rural communities.

Fortune: Your CDs Are Obsolete The music industry says its two new digital formats, DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD, deliver updated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

Combat veterans of the two great format wars of the late 20th century, Betamax vs. VHS and Macintosh vs. Windows, may still be suffering from post-traumatic technology stress syndrome. Brace yourse...

Fortune: Cool Toolsupdated: Mon Jan 22 2001 00:01:00

Double Duty

Fortune: Foiling Online Spies cookie-cutter solutionupdated: Mon May 15 2000 00:01:00

Almost everywhere you go on the Web, you are tracked by tiny software programs called cookies. If you get quotes on your favorite stocks from AltaVista's Website, the ticker symbols you enter are s...

Money Magazine: Spring Cleaningupdated: Sat Apr 01 2000 00:01:00

$75 an hour is the average cost for a professional organizer. These neatniks can help you manage the space in your home or office. Call the National Association of Professional Organizers at 512-20...

Fortune: Steve Jobs' Apple Gets Way Cooler Mr. Apple's new mission: to marry the iMac and the Internet with an eaupdated: Mon Jan 24 2000 00:01:00

Steve Jobs, the personal-computer industry's chief aesthetic officer, is in his element. Here in the boardroom at Apple Computer's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, he's the only person seated. Recl...

Fortune: What's That Bad Odor at Innovation Skunkworks?updated: Mon Dec 20 1999 00:01:00

Arguing with successful innovation is a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. Sure, innovation can be glamorous and even profitable, but that shouldn't obscure the costs of mismanaging it. Yes, the...

Fortune: How to Rid Your Books And Magazines Of Fluorescent Scrawls the ultimate magic markerupdated: Mon Dec 06 1999 00:01:00

If you're a compulsive highlighter--someone who leaves a trail of yellow in all her books--you've probably wished for a magic wand that would save the important info so that you could organize and ...

Fortune: I, the Juryupdated: Mon Dec 06 1999 00:01:00

Now that Judge Jackson has had his say, it's my turn. Here are my findings of fact about Microsoft.

Fortune: Hall of Shame Some products change our lives. Others don't. A salute to Snif-T-Panties, Aerosol cheese, and pet rockupdated: Mon Nov 22 1999 00:01:00

On the opposite side of the sun from Earth is a planet just like ours--except for some differences. There, the inhabitants eat McLean Deluxes, washed down with Crystal Pepsi. They glide across lake...

Fortune: Y2K: The Final Checklist Ignored the problem? There's still time to fend off the year 2000 computer bug.updated: Mon Oct 25 1999 00:01:00

Yaffah daCosta, a 30-year computer systems and project-management veteran, hung out her shingle as a Y2K consultant in Texas a year ago, only to find customers staying away in droves. "There's no b...

Fortune: Just Call Me The Seer: I Was Dead Right On Appleupdated: Mon Jun 22 1998 00:01:00

Nyaah-nyaah.

Fortune: Help Yourself The latest generation of multimedia software provides the tools and the tutoring to help you do just about anythinupdated: Mon Dec 01 1997 00:01:00

As any Saturday morning visit to Home Depot makes clear, the American do-it-yourself tradition is alive and well. That's true in the software business, too. When affordable PCs equipped with speake...

Fortune: MACATTACKED!updated: Mon Jun 09 1997 00:01:00

I'm being stalked in cyberspace. Hey, I'm not a naturally paranoid kind of guy, but I'm beginning to feel as if people are watching me to make sure I don't say the wrong thing. And it's making me w...

Fortune: A LETTER TO APPLE'S NEXT OWNERupdated: Mon May 26 1997 00:01:00

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Money Magazine: KEEP YOUR CASH FROM FLYING AWAYupdated: Tue Apr 01 1997 00:01:00

Four years ago, Amy Cooper had $5,000 in credit-card debt at an average rate of 18%. Worse, she had zero savings apart from a small 401(k) stash. But the 34-year-old magazine advertising manager fr...

Fortune: THE BEST WAY TO WASTE TIME AT THE OFFICE OUR COMPUTER COLUMNIST WANTS TO HELP YOU FIND YOUR INNER DERELICT. SO updated: Mon Feb 03 1997 00:01:00

When I was a kid, nothing was more seductive than the jingling, glittering bank of pinball machines that lined the back wall of the bowling alley. That was the home territory of virtuosos with stud...

Fortune: LOTS OF PROTECTION IN ONE BOXupdated: Mon Dec 09 1996 00:01:00

Winter ice storms. Summer thunderstorms. The electrician working in the office next door. The guy digging with a backhoe down the street. They're all potential enemies of your computer.

Money Magazine: RACK UP 75% SAVINGS BY BUYING YOUR NEXT OUTFIT "GENTLY WORN"updated: Sat Jun 01 1996 00:01:00

A $10,000 Chanel evening gown for $1,000. An $1,800 Armani men's suit for $450. Those are the kinds of bargains sharp shoppers are finding these days. Where? At a fast-growing category of stores th...

Money Magazine: WHY ROAD WARRIORS NEED THESE REBORN ELECTRONIC NOTEPADSupdated: Wed May 01 1996 00:01:00

IF YOU REMEMBER ANYTHING ABOUT THE debut a few years ago of the personal digital assistant (PDA), it's probably that the models stunk. Designed for traveling execs and salespeople, the hand-held gi...

Money Magazine: WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR OLD COMPUTERupdated: Wed Nov 01 1995 00:01:00

IS YOUR COMPUTER UNFIT FOR EVEN THE SLOW LANE OF THE INformation superhighway? Do you long to launch Windows 95, Netscape and other powerful, memory-hungry new programs? If so, you have two basic o...

Money Magazine: HOW TO BUY A COMPUTER WHETHER YOU'RE SHOPPING FOR YOUR FIRST MACHINE OR YOUR FIFTH, HERE'S HOW TO GET THE updated: Wed Nov 01 1995 00:01:00

IT'S A HIGH-TECH VICIOUS CIRCLE. NEW computers get more powerful by the day. Better hardware leads to fancier software, which leads more and more people to bank and E-mail and do their homework by ...

Fortune: THE START UP WITH A PRODUCT MANY THOUGHT WOULD PROVE AS REVOLUTIONARY AS THE ORIGINAL IBM PC, GO CORP. ATTRACTED updated: Mon May 29 1995 00:01:00

It seemed like a great idea at the time. In February 1987, during a cross-country flight in a private jet, Mitch Kapor, the founder of Lotus Development Corp., and Jerry Kaplan, an artificial intel...

Money Magazine: Cruising the cyberspace shops updated: Tue Nov 01 1994 00:01:00

Tired of busy 800 numbers and crowds at the mall? Subscribe to an on-line computer service and you'll find shopping menus with thousands of choices -- including items from such cataloguers as Lands...

Money Magazine: COMING UP updated: Thu Sep 01 1994 00:01:00

Look for competition-fueled price cuts of 30% or so this fall on many of the latest PCs and Macintoshes with built-in CD-ROM drives and stereo sound. A loaded 486 IBM PC, for example, could drop fr...

Fortune: ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE WHERE ARE THE WORKERS?updated: Mon Jun 13 1994 00:01:00

Given all the laid-off employees still spilling out of corporations (see Managing), it seems almost laughable to speak of a labor shortage. But there are two reasons to take one seriously. In more ...

Money Magazine: ENTER THE MONEY CONTEST 1994 BEST PERSONAL FINANCE MANAGER IN AMERICA updated: Sun May 01 1994 00:01:00

ARE YOU SMART ABOUT MANAGING YOUR MONEY? Enter our first annual personal-finance contest and find out. You can win $10,000 in cash and a Macintosh computer and be featured in an upcoming issue of M...

Fortune: SAN FRANCISCO'S MULTIMEDIA GULCHupdated: Mon Mar 07 1994 00:01:00

| A new hot spot for high-tech startups is San Francisco's so-called Multimedia Gulch, a warehouse district hard by the ramps to the Bay Bridge. Here's where an urban breed of computer programmer -...

Fortune: MACINTOSH AT TEN: MIDLIFE CRISIS?updated: Mon Feb 07 1994 00:01:00

The Macintosh isn't merely a line of computers -- it's the totem of a kind of cult or religion, one of whose sacred rites is Macworld Expo. In January, on the occasion of the Mac's tenth birthday, ...

Fortune: THROWING STONES AT WINDOWS updated: Mon Oct 04 1993 00:01:00

It's easier to add peripherals to a Mac than to a Windows-equipped IBM-style PC, and Apple wants you to know it. This example comes from an Apple internal document entitled ''35 Macintosh Advantage...

Fortune: FORTUNE VISITS 25 COOL COMPANIES What has the computer revolution done for us lately? Six writers fanned updated: Mon Sep 27 1993 00:01:00

NOW that PC companies are worth billions and even software programmers are wearing shoes in the office, the whole technology thing is getting to be kind of a snore. Remember when Bill Gates was sca...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Jun 28 1993 00:01:00

POINT AND SHOOT Have you ever seen a camcorder strapped atop a colleague's computer and wondered what it's for? Chances are your officemate was video teleconferencing by turning the computer screen...

Fortune: WHAT'S GOOD ABOUT THE TWO TAX SOFTWARE TITANS updated: Mon Oct 26 1992 00:01:00

THE BEWILDERING world of tax-preparation software got a lot simpler last year. Competition has pretty much winnowed the field to the two best-selling programs -- MECA Software's Andrew Tobias' TaxC...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Oct 19 1992 00:01:00

SUCCESSION COGNAC Great cognac requires the perfect balance of grape, barrel wood, and time -- what residents of France's cognac region call rancio charentais. But perfection comes at a price: $3,7...

Fortune: ARE STRATEGIC ALLIANCES WORKING? For many companies, success is elusive. The best alliances allow for lots of flexibility and arupdated: Mon Sep 21 1992 00:01:00

NOW THAT the global marketplace has reached adolescence, it seems almost everyone is under the covers with everyone else. IBM alone has joined in over 400 strategic alliances with various companies...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon May 18 1992 00:01:00

DESKTOP COLOR COPIER This digital desktop machine can work a triple shift as color copier, printer, and scanner at about one-quarter the price of most free-standing units that perform the same func...

Fortune: APPLE'S PLAN TO SURVIVE AND GROW No longer an enfant terrible and suffering from present shock, the company is betting on a $3 tupdated: Mon May 04 1992 00:01:00

THESE DAYS, THAT bite out of the side of Apple Computer's well-known logo suggests that the company's days in the Garden of Eden are over. Plummeting prices and copycat competition are threatening ...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Feb 10 1992 00:01:00

SUPER STORYTELLER Give the babysitter a break and introduce the children to Kid Works, a software program that makes your personal computer read their own stories aloud. Created by Davidson & Assoc...

Money Magazine: THE BEST WAYS TO USE YOUR COMPUTER TO PICK STOCKSupdated: Sat Feb 01 1992 00:01:00

After last year's 30% gain in Standard & Poor's 500-stock index, there aren't many bargain stocks out there. One way to find the hidden gems is by using a computer and the right investment software...

Fortune: WHERE THE NEW JOBS AREupdated: Mon Nov 04 1991 00:01:00

Despite ongoing layoffs in many sectors and an unyielding 6.7% national unemployment rate, new job growth is spurting at high-tech companies with fewer than 1,000 employees -- especially manufactur...

Money Magazine: The Best Gear for Your Home Office A consumer's guide to the best computers, phones, faxes and copiersupdated: Mon Jul 01 1991 00:01:00

When Marla Orth moved her $300,000-a-year health-care consulting business into her Mill Valley, Calif. home two years ago, she prepared for any disaster. She had twin IBM PC ATs, so there was a bac...

Money Magazine: the best gear for your home office A consumer's guide to smart choices in computers, phones, facsimile machines updated: Wed May 15 1991 00:01:00

When she moved her $300,000-a-year health-care consulting business into her Mill Valley, Calif. home two years ago, Marla Orth prepared for any disaster. She had twin IBM PC ATs, so there was a bac...

Fortune: NOW, YOUR VERY OWN ACCOUNTANT-IN-A-BOXupdated: Mon Mar 25 1991 00:01:00

It's tax-filing season again. But before you shell out hundreds of dollars to an accountant or ruin a weekend trying to go it alone, take a look at the latest crop of do-it-yourself tax preparation...

Fortune: HOT NEW PCs THAT READ YOUR WRITING They're the friendliest, most totable computers yet. Experts think they will relieve keyboardupdated: Mon Feb 11 1991 00:01:00

IT WAS a homely device that IBM introduced in 1981, but it changed the lives of tens of millions of office workers and professionals. Big Blue's personal computer, along with a swarm of PC clones, ...

Money Magazine: THE BEST SOURCES OF HELP FOR THE DO-IT-ALONERupdated: Fri Feb 01 1991 00:01:00

If you are thinking of going accountantless into the cold night of tax preparation, forearm yourself with one of the easy-to-follow books and perhaps a computer program listed below. Each can guide...

Fortune: HOW TO INVEST WITH YOUR PC ELECTRONIC DATABASES CAN HELP YOU TURN THAT OVERPRICED CALCULATOR INTO A VALUABLE updated: Mon Oct 29 1990 00:01:00

IF YOU'VE been using your personal computer only to knock out a few letters or an occasional spreadsheet, wake up. A host of electronic services now put information just a few keystrokes away that ...

Fortune: YET ANOTHER STRATEGY FOR APPLE CEO Sculley is shaking up his company -- again. This time Apple will focus on low-cost computers,updated: Mon Oct 22 1990 00:01:00

THE YEAR isn't even over yet, but John Sculley is already waxing philosophical. ''Nineteen ninety has been the worst year in my business life,'' says the CEO of Apple Computer as he nudges his cher...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Sep 24 1990 00:01:00

REMOVABLE WINDOW TINTS Those polyester window tintings are great for blocking out scorching sun in the summer but a pain to scrape off in the winter. Solar Stat of Miami, Florida, has come up with ...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Sep 10 1990 00:01:00

WALKING ON AIR Here's a stylish leather dress shoe that will give your step the cushioning hoopster Michael Jordan gets from his Nikes. Cole-Haan, the high-fashion footwear designer acquired by the...

Fortune: MAC'S FACELIFTupdated: Mon Jul 02 1990 00:01:00

Bored with the look of your gray Apple Macintosh computer? David Siegel, 30, a Palo Alto, California, computer graphics and design consultant, will custom- paint your Mac to give it a new look. The...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Jun 18 1990 00:01:00

COLD CANNED COFFEE Beverage makers are peddling a new pick-me-up this summer: iced coffee in cans. Pokka, a Japanese soft-drink giant, has teamed up with California-based Original New York Seltzer ...

Fortune: WATCHING AND BUYING STOCKS BY COMPUTERupdated: Mon Dec 04 1989 00:01:00

Keeping track of your investments can take a pile of paperwork. How long ago did you sell that Kodak stock? If you take your profit on Pactel, what's the annualized return? Personal computers can h...

Fortune: HOW STEVE JOBS LINKED UP WITH IBM The surprising alliance makes Bill Gates mad, and forces software companies and computer retaiupdated: Mon Oct 09 1989 00:01:00

STEP BACK in time to 1984 -- an eon ago in the personal computer industry. Steve Jobs, then 29, was chairman of Apple Computer and still a good friend of John Sculley, his hand-picked CEO. That yea...

Fortune: APPLE COMPUTER'S RISKY REVOLUTION John Sculley wants to tone down the sass and develop products that are less dazzling than predupdated: Mon May 08 1989 00:01:00

AN ERA IS ENDING. Almost from the day Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs began tinkering in a California garage 14 years ago, Apple Computer has been a deliberately provocative company, eager -- and oftt...

Fortune: AT LAST, SOFTWARE CEOs CAN USE Executives are finally getting fast, clear information about what's happening in the bowels of thupdated: Mon Mar 13 1989 00:01:00

EARLY ONE DAY last year, Duracell CEO C. Robert Kidder decided to spend his first hour at work browsing through a computer system designed for the company's top executives. This time he was curious...

Fortune: AMERICA'S BEST DESIGNS Europe remains the world's leader, but these ten products suggest that the U.S. is gaining ground.updated: Mon Nov 21 1988 00:01:00

AFTER YEARS of neglect, design is finally getting its due from corporate America. Even into the 1970s, many U.S. companies got away with the wholesale peddling of badly designed products like cars,...

Fortune: TREMORS FROM THE COMPUTER QUAKE Radical changes are standing the No. 3 U.S. industry on its ear. They will transform the way we updated: Mon Aug 01 1988 00:01:00

JOHN SCULLEY, chairman of Apple Computer, turns to a VCR in his gadget-crammed office and pops in a cassette. ''Let me show you how the Macintosh will work in a large corporate network,'' he says. ...

Money Magazine: HOME IS WHERE THE OFFICE IS Better gear and changing life styles are making working at your home more popular -- and more profitupdated: Fri Jul 01 1988 00:01:00

Andrea Edmonson used to waste hours every day driving back and forth from the townhouse she shares with her husband Steve Cox to the sales office of their residential real estate development compan...

Fortune: STEVE JOBS TRIES TO DO IT AGAIN With $20 million from Ross Perot, the creator of the Apple II and Macintosh is attempting to buiupdated: Mon May 23 1988 00:01:00

CAN STEVE JOBS dazzle the world again with a new computer? Come summertime, we may know the answer. Since 1985 the man who started Apple Computer and quit in a huff nine years later has been cloist...

Fortune: ONE OFFICE THE MAC HAS CONQUERED updated: Mon Nov 09 1987 00:01:00

If Edgar Capen's enthusiasm is catching, the Macintosh should make it big in offices. Though he would not call himself this, he is Arco's resident curly- haired creative genius, one of the guys top...

Fortune: SCULLEY'S LESSONS FROM INSIDE APPLE In this exclusive excerpt from his new book, Chief Executive John Sculley tells how he brokeupdated: Mon Sep 14 1987 00:01:00

At 43, John Sculley was among the hottest of hotshots at PepsiCo. President of the Pepsi-Cola division, he was a marketing wizard with a good chance of heading the parent company. Then in 1983 Appl...

Money Magazine: Desktop Publishing The advent of laser-driven printers and page-layout programs has opened the publishing world to the era of thupdated: Wed Jul 01 1987 00:01:00

A newcomer to Atlanta last year, clinical psychologist David Adams, 41, needed an effective yet discreet way to hang out his shingle. ''I'd wanted to put out a newsletter for some time, and this se...

Money Magazine: 99 Things That, Yes, Americans Make Bestupdated: Fri May 01 1987 00:01:00

For many Americans, unless something is made in the U.K. or fabrique en France it is just not up to snuff. Yet, as the following list of high-quality products demonstrates, we can glory in much of ...

Fortune: Cloneless Macintoshupdated: Mon Aug 18 1986 00:01:00

IBM maintains a tight grip as the No. 1 supplier of personal computers for big corporate users, though El Cheapo PC clones keep nipping at IBM's share of the $9-billion-a-year market. Apple Compute...

Fortune: COMPANIES TO WATCH Paladin Software Corp.updated: Mon Dec 23 1985 00:01:00

Paladin (the word means hero) has taken on an industry Goliath. But unlike the legendary David, the company so far isn't much of a hero. In June the tiny, privately held San Jose company was the fi...

Fortune: No Glitter for This GEMupdated: Mon Nov 11 1985 00:01:00

Digital Research Inc., a California company that foundered after successfully selling an operating system for first-generation personal computers, hoped for a comeback with a product called GEM: so...

Fortune: General Computer Co.updated: Mon Jul 22 1985 00:01:00

One of the biggest worms in Apple Computer's Macintosh is the slow disk drive the machine uses to store and retrieve information. Privately held General Computer of Cambridge, Massachusetts -- init...

Fortune: Signalsupdated: Mon Jun 24 1985 00:01:00

Time Inc. (publisher of FORTUNE) and Tele-Communications, the two largest U.S. cable operators, have made a joint bid to acquire Warner Amex Cable Communications for $750 million in cash. They woul...

Fortune: APPLE'S PITCH TO THE FORTUNE 500 The upstart that once talked confrontation with IBM is now talking coexistence. That's the onlyupdated: Mon Apr 15 1985 00:01:00

''WE'VE got the products,'' says John Sculley, Apple Computer's president, ''but the big question is, have we got the ability to sell them? Is Apple a credible enough name for large corporations? O...

Fortune: C.E.O.s at the PCupdated: Mon Mar 04 1985 00:01:00

Nearly one in eight chief executives of large corporations has a personal computer blinking on his desk, according to a survey by Personal Computing magazine. The results of the survey, published i...

Fortune: From Orwell to lemmingsupdated: Mon Feb 18 1985 00:01:00

By the time the Super Bowl wound down to the final two- minute warning, the San Francisco 49ers' big lead over the Miami Dolphins took all the suspense out of the game for most of the estimated 110...

Fortune: Plugging High-Tech Leaksupdated: Mon Feb 04 1985 00:01:00

To stem the illegal tide of advanced technology flowing to the Soviet Union, the Reagan Administration lengthened the list of items restricted for sale abroad, though U.S. businessmen argued that b...

Fortune: Atari risingupdated: Mon Feb 04 1985 00:01:00

Atari Corp. stole most of the spotlight at the winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas when Chairman Jack Tramiel revealed a new upgraded line of home computers--quickly dubbed the ''Jackinto...

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