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Apple book authors talk about the ‘nonsense’ you can find in their books

Posted in アップル, ディスカッション, 書籍 by shiro on 2014年3月22日

Apple CEO Tim Cook: New book on company is nonsense

Posted in ひと, アップル, 書籍 by shiro on 2014年3月19日

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: New book on company is ‘nonsense’ | CNBC

Tim Cook:

This nonsense belongs with some of the other books I’ve read about Apple. It fails to capture Apple, Steve, or anyone else in the company.

Tim Cook Issues Statement on ‘Haunted Empire’ | Daring Fireball

Apple CEO Tim Cook: New book on company is nonsense | The Loop

Tim Cook Slams New Book on Apple | Re/code

Yukari Iwatani Kane:

For Tim Cook to have such strong feelings about the book, it must have touched a nerve.

Must Have Touched Something, That’s for Sure | Daring Fireball

Eddy Cue throws a pen at Haunted Empire/Yukari Kane’s accuracy, says story isn’t true | 9to5Mac

Eddy Cue says Steve Jobs pen story in Haunted Empire book is not true | The Loop

Book Review: Haunted Empire

Posted in ひと, レビュー, 書籍 by shiro on 2014年3月19日

Posted in ひと, アップル, レビュー, 書籍 by shiro on 2014年3月12日

The Job After Steve Jobs: Tim Cook and Apple

Posted in ひと, アップル, インタビュー, 書籍 by shiro on 2014年3月2日

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Video – Apple After Steve Jobs | WSJ.com

WAKABAYASHI: A normal great company, but maybe no longer an iconic company?
KANE: Right.

The Job After Steve Jobs: Tim Cook and Apple | WSJ

WSJ Runs Excerpt From ‘Haunted Empire’ | Daring Fireball

アップルはもはや伝説的な会社ではない | maclalala2

Why Is Apple Being So Nostalgic? | The New Yorker

From the Department of Fitting Facts to the Narrative | Daring Fireball

Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon: Excerpt From ‘The Everything Store’ by Brad Stone

Posted in ひと, 書籍 by shiro on 2013年10月11日

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Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon: Excerpt From ‘The Everything Store’ by Brad Stone | Businesslike

Amazon.com rivals Wal-Mart as a store, Apple as a device maker, and IBM as a data services provider. It will rake in about $75 billion this year. For his book, Bloomberg Businessweek’s Brad Stone spoke to hundreds of current and former friends of founder Jeff Bezos. In the process, he discovered the poignant story of how Amazon became the Everything Store.