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Clinton book has sold more than 300,000 copies
AP Exclusive: Hillary Clinton's book about her stunning loss to Donald Trump has sold more than 300,000 copies in the combined formats of hardcover, e-book and audio
Leonardo DiCaprio to play Leonardo Da Vinci in biopic
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The Surprising Things Steve Jobs' New Biography Says About Him
The latest unauthorized book about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs portrays a different side from what is often shared of the legendary entrepreneur. And this time, the story of Jobs is getting a warm reception from company executives. "Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a
Taylor Swift Takes Over 'GMA'
Thousands of the singer's fans descended on Times Square for a musical morning to remember.
Apple Cooked? Without Jobs It Is, Author Claims
Two years' work and 200 interviews have led author Yukari Iwatani Kane to this conclusion: Apple's cooked. In her new book released this weekHaunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs"—she concludes that the company's best days (or at least its most daring and most innovative ones) are now behind it.
Microsoft's Xbox One Raises Questions About Apple's Mysterious TV Plans
With the Xbox One's Plan to Conquer the Living Room, Eyes Now Turn to Apple's Long-Rumored TV Plans
Ashton Kutcher and More Stars Who've Gone to Extreme Measures for Movies
So much for an apple a day keeping the doctor away: Ashton Kutcher says he became ill on an all-fruit diet while preparing for his film about Apple visionary Steve Jobs. The 34-year-old actor says he ate only fruit for his turn as Jobs, in keeping with the tech mogul's purported diet. USA Today
Apple To Start Making Some Mac Computers in America in 2013
Apple Has Invested $100 Million to Bring More Computer Production to the U.S.
Five Things We Miss About Steve Jobs
Today marks one year since Steve Jobs passed away. Beyond creating Apple, which today is the most valuable company in the world , and creating products that changed our lives (see iPod , iPhone , iMac), Jobs was, well, Steve Jobs. He was one of the most disruptive, fastidious, innovative, brilliant
More Turn to Colorful, Confessing Self-Written Obituaries
They could be your last words, so why not make them count? More people are penning their own obituaries well before death comes knocking and even taking courses or hiring pros to do the job. When people die, hurried and cash-strapped family members are often left with no choice but to have