The pressure imposed on people in these times has seen them do things which goes beyond the normal imagination. People are trying everything to gain material things just to impress other people and also show people that they really "exist". I do not know why someone's perception about you should really matter such that you will think the only way to survive is to meet the person's expectations.
It's no mystery that China is ambitious.They have the quickest train in the world, a brand established by the “Steve Jobs of China” that's really beating Apple sales in China, not to point out all of their infamous knock-offs: Municipalities, design, and indeed powerful houses. But China has likewise set some
The major secret of billionaires is their ability to find solutions to the challenges of humanity.All of them created solutions that brought the billions.Presently, Bill Gates is spending millions of dollars in search of renewable energy.By the time he finds one and become a major player in the electricity industry, we will say he is lucky.
Well, we all call ourselves men, but if you are, there are certain things you must be able to do if you want to show that you are a man.
Talk about popular brands, they always have something hidden in their meaning which is always on the surface but never catches your eye. You see them day in and day out but have you ever thought about the real meaning behind those creative best logos of the popular companies?
1.Apple.Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak co-founded Apple in 1977, introducing first the Apple I and then the Apple II.Apple went public in 1980 with Jobs the blazing visionary and Wozniak the shy genius executing his vision.But now Tim Cook is the CEO of apple and serves on its board directors.
MARK ZUCKERBERG started a website named facebook.com in his dorm room at kirkland house inside Harvard as a 19 year old who was a couple of weeks shy of his 20th birthday. The aim was to make an online community for the Harvard students to interact and connect with each other.
You can employ someone to drive your car or earn money for you, but you cannot hire someone to endure the disease and die for you, lost material things can be found, but there is one thing that can never be found when it is lost - “life”.
Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson and John Paul DeJoria are all self-made billionaires. Here are 10 inspiring lessons you could learn from their trips to the pinnacle CNBC 1. Richard Branson: Dream big "Dreaming is one of humanity's best items; it champions aspiration, spurs innovation, leads to exchange, and propels the arena forward," says Branson, in a blog put up posted earlier this 12 months.
Prison is a place I which you and I don’t want to visit. We believe that place is not meant for us and the situation there is unpleasant. Otis Johnson spent 44 years in prison. His story narrates below. Venturing out into Times Square in New York City, Otis Johnson is struck by the overwhelming number of individuals.
Supercars is here once again not with top car models this time but with cars yet to be released on the market. Designing a car is not a very easy task that is why Apple has spent seven (7) years in designing one car. The fun fact is that the seven years is not even enough as Apple asks for another three to five years before the release of their first car. The car is believed to go with the design name " the project Titan" with the product name being" Apple Car" . Apple Inc Apple as an American multinational
The legendary Steve Jobs, a man who indeed has shown us the true meaning of self actualisation. For those of you who have got little or no idea of who Steve was, I will do my best to briefly introduce him to you. Steve Jobs was the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer(C.E.O) and co-founder of Apple Inc. Not forgetting the other companies which he owned or founded_ Pixar and NeXT.
People like Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett or Bill gates really never care about all these things and it doesn’t affect them. They are the people who live for a cause, who have some goals to achieve in their life. These are the people who if want something to get done they get it done. They are very obsessive about their goals. Here, the key takeaway is that once we start living for a cause we let off all the unnecessary things to go. One of which has been asked in this question. People mind their
Apple’s park is a fresh corporate headquarters situated in Cupertino, California, United States. Apple’s then CEO Steve Jobs first announced the project way back in 2006 and work together with Apple’s former Chief designer Jony Ive. The ring-shaped building also known as “ the perfect circle” was completed by the design architect Norman Foster. This building clearly shows the future of technology. The building is current worth 2 trillion dollars. Steve Jobs departed this earth in the 2011 but his ideas
"My dear Comrade Colleagues,, it's now or never and no one would underestimate us" For decades, some of the most creative and breakthrough ideas have come not from CEOs and power brokers but from students who didn’t let anything hold them back. And what’s also interesting is that they always have. Bill
Apple Inc. Popular products: iPhone, iPad, and Mac Revenue: $260 billion Workers: 137,000 Founders: Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne CEO: Tim Cook Alphabet Inc Popular products: Google, YouTube, Android Revenue: $161.8 billion Workers: 118,899
The iPhone is a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. that use Apple's iOS mobile operating system.The first-generation iPhone was announced by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs on January 9, 2007.Since then Apple has annually released new iPhone models and iOS updates.
Steve Jobs, Jobs's last words.He died a billionaire at 56 years old from pancreatic cancer, and here are his last words on a sick bed: ′′I reached the peak of success in the business world.
Hello TechNation, Apple, a tech company known for its premium, very expensive, products, namely; the iPhone, IPad, MacBook, and many more. Apple is now the most valuable company in the world, valued to be worth about 2 trillion dollars which is about 5,823,072,000,000.00 Ghanaian Cedis or 381,200,000,000,000.06 Nigerian Naira. But like any tech giant, it has its origin story. Today we are going to find out its origin story. Apple is a company founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. How The Founders
Last year, the iPhone 12 mini flopped, a step backwards for fans of small flagship phones designed for one-handed use. But as anyone who has followed Apple for years knows, former CEO Steve Jobs was an advocate of small phones. Now, thanks to an email written by Jobs in 2010, we know that Apple was working on the "iPhone nano" at one point.