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Steve Jobs’s 256-Foot Yacht Launches Posthumously

Steve Jobs

Before his death, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was planning to build one of the world's most unusual yachts — a sleek, all-aluminum cruiser that looked more like a 'Battlestar Galactica' fighter than leisure yacht.

Apple's Tim Cook wages war on complacency

Tim Cook

John Browett, who was until Sunday night the Brit in charge of Apple's giant retail chain, can at least afford a good seat on his flight back across the Atlantic: the £36m golden hello that he received on joining six months ago should see to that. But for him and for Scott Forstall, who had been there – and at NeXT, the company Apple bought in 1996 to bring not just new software but also Steve Jobs – their departure looks like nothing less than a humiliation.

Apple's Investment Manager Wrestles With $120bn Problem

Steve Jobs

It is one of the world's largest hedge funds, with $121bn under management, but its name is virtually unknown in financial circles. Braeburn Capital is not operated from the top floor of a Manhattan skyscraper or a plush Mayfair townhouse. It is located in a quiet suburb of Nevada's capital, Reno, and it belongs to Apple.