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  • Abbott's White is lone Chicago-area executive on Barron's best CEOs list

    Abbott's White is lone Chicago-area executive on Barron's best CEOs list
    Miles White joined the likes of Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon on Tuesday as one of Barron's picks for the world's 30 best CEOs. White, 60, has held the top job at North Chicago-based Abbott Laboratories since 1999. He is known for his bold...
  • 'Becoming Steve Jobs' meets Apple brass' approval

    'Becoming Steve Jobs' meets Apple brass' approval
    Sure, there's already been a bestselling, authorized biography of Steve Jobs: "Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson. But it's not the best biography, according to Apple brass. Tim Cook and other company executives are throwing their support behindĀ "Becoming...
  • Apple's health research kit makes test subjects of iPhone users

    Apple's new ResearchKit software platform turns the iPhone into a diagnostic tool drawing medical data from millions of potential customers, creating a boon for researchers and a headache for privacy advocates. With iPhone users' permission, Apple...
  • Apple TV 'skinny' package likely to accelerate cord cutting

    Apple TV 'skinny' package likely to accelerate cord cutting
    Apple's ambition to be a dominant player in television is expected to accelerate the unraveling of the pay-TV bundle. The tech giant is in negotiations with major television companies to offer a "skinny" package of channels that would include ABC, CBS...
  • Apple TV 'skinny' bundle could accelerate cord cutting

    Apple TV 'skinny' bundle could accelerate cord cutting
    The big TV premiere this fall could be the unbundling of TV. Apple Inc. is in discussions with major TV programmers, including Fox, CBS and ABC, to create a "skinny" TV service for its Apple TV product and other Apple devices, according to people...
  • The Apple Watch and the invention of need

    The Apple Watch and the invention of need
    I hate it when Apple launches a new product ("Apple unveils one to watch at event: Price starts at $349 for smartwatch," March 10). The pitch is always the same: Make the masses believe they need this product to function effectively in the high-tech...
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook cites record sales and 'unbelievable' year

    Apple CEO Tim Cook cites record sales and 'unbelievable' year
    Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook took a figurative victory lap at his company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., one day after he announced details about the smartwatch that Apple plans to start selling next month....
  • Apple Watch could become latest must-have fashion accessory

    There was no killer app announced at the Apple Watch event Monday. No groundbreaking features. No major new development for the Watch at all. And yet, the Watch might wind up being the breakthrough fashion-tech accessory that the nascent wearables...
  • Obama taking action against cyberthreats

    President Obama will announce an executive order Friday intended to improve the way companies share information about potential cyberthreats with one another and the government, part of a White House push to elevate concerns about cybersecurity and...
  • Apple building big solar energy farm in California

    Apple building big solar energy farm in California
    Apple will spend $850 million on a massive solar energy project that will generate enough power for the computer giant's new office campus, retail stores and its other California operations. The tech company will be the biggest single consumer of energy...
  • Why Apple can afford to get all gooey-eyed over the Fourth Amendment

    Why Apple can afford to get all gooey-eyed over the Fourth Amendment
    Apple CEO Tim Cook has been on tour, telling people who are worried about online privacy that he understands their angst. "I feel very close to the Germans," he told the German tabloid Bild am Sonntag in an interview published Sunday. "We don't read...