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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO in 2011
Aug. 24, 2011: Apple CEO Steve Jobs steps down.
Devastated by Lawsuit, Gawker.com to Shut Down After 14 Years
In the wake of a devastating lawsuit and a proposed selloff of its holding company to Univision, Gawker.com will shut down next week, ending almost 14 years of independent -- and at times inflammatory -- publishing.
Trump Withholds Endorsements for Paul Ryan, John McCain
Donald Trump announced today that he is not yet endorsing House Speaker Ryan or Sen. John McCain in their re-election bids, despite public endorsements from both men, according to a published report.
Peter Thiel: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay, I'm Proud to Be a Republican'
Silicon Valley businessman says he doesn't believe in all of the party's platforms, but he does believe that Donald Trump is the only honest candidate.
Peter Thiel Says He's 'Proud to Be Gay'
I'm not a politician. But neither is Donald Trump. He estate builder. And it's time to rebuild America. When I moved to Cleveland defense research was laying the foundations for the Internet. It is all of program was just about them. And it was Neil Armstrong from right here in Ohio. The future
2016 Emmy Award Nominations Announced
"Gilmore Girls" actress Lauren Graham and "Black-ish" star Anthony Anderson announced the nominations from Los Angeles.
Mark Zuckerberg to Demolish 4 Homes on His Property
The Facebook CEO has filed documents saying he plans to replace the homes with "smaller, updated versions."
Billionaire Reveals He Funded Hulk Hogan's Gawker Lawsuit
PayPal co-creator Peter Thiel confirms he spent millions of dollars to finance Hogan's winning case.
Why Ex-Facebook President Sean Parker Is Betting $250M on This Cancer Treatment
Well a big boost in the fight against cancer Silicon Valley billionaire Sean Parker who helped launch Napster and served as president of FaceBook. Is donating 215. Million dollars to launch an institute aimed at developing treatments in the field of cancer immunotherapy. Which uses the power of the
Steve Jobs and the Rise of Silicon Valley in 1981
April 26, 1981: Jobs, 26, comments on Silicon Valley's culture of risk-taking.