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18 people who accomplished incredible things at a shockingly young age

18 people who accomplished incredible things at a shockingly young age

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The names of tech giants like Mark Zuckerberg, Evan Spiegel, Steve Jobs, and Bill Gates tend to come to mind when we're thinking about people who achieved extraordinary success at a young age.

Steve Jobs' Life Is Now An Opera

Steve Jobs' Life Is Now An Opera

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An anonymous reader quotes CNN's report on a new project from Pulitzer Prize-winning librettist Mark Campbell: "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" is set to open on Saturday night at the Santa Fe Opera, home to the largest summer-opera festival in U.S. The high-tech production, which runs until August 26, jumps in and out of key moments in the Apple founder's life, from early product-development days alongside Steve Wozniak and the launch of the original iPhone, to his wedding day with Laurene Powell Jobs..

DAVID EINHORN: Tesla bulls look at Elon Musk and think of Steve Jobs, but Tesla is not Apple (TSLA, GM, APPL)

DAVID EINHORN: Tesla bulls look at Elon Musk and think of Steve Jobs, but Tesla is not Apple (TSLA, GM, APPL)

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That's according to David Einhorn, the founder of the hedge fund Greenlight Capital, who wrote out a litany of reasons he's bearish on Tesla in his firm's second-quarter letter. "Tesla bulls look at Elon Musk, think of Steve Jobs, and decide Tesla is the ...

Apple Battles Qualcomm to the Sound of a Steve Jobs Opera

Apple Battles Qualcomm to the Sound of a Steve Jobs Opera

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It’s been an interesting week for Apple and anyone who has been watching the soap opera surrounding its Qualcomm battle.

Sing Different: Steve Jobs' Life Becomes An Opera

Sing Different: Steve Jobs' Life Becomes An Opera

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The Apple co-founder's complicated story is the subject of The (R)evolution Of Steve Jobs, by composer Mason Bates and librettist Mark Campbell. It premieres Saturday in Santa Fe.

Wozniak says the iPhone sells well despite its price because it is a safe bet

Wozniak says the iPhone sells well despite its price because it is a safe bet

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Steve Wozniak is a living legend. As co-founder of Apple, the Woz was there at the very beginning. His insight into Steve Jobs is a unique one, and despite his place in tech history, you won't hear any bragging coming from him. Because Wozniak left Apple for good in 1985, well before the series of "iDevices" came out and changed the world, you don't really hear his name mentioned in conjunction with the development of the iPhone. But Wozniak is a student of the smartphone market. While in China earlier this week, the Woz pointed out how well Chinese smartphone manufacturers use intelligent ...

A dozen things Steve Jobs would hate about Apple today

A dozen things Steve Jobs would hate about Apple today

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Steve Jobs never left anyone in any doubt as to what was on his mind, and thanks to hundreds of hours of keynotes, speeches, and interviews, we can get an insight into what he might think about the current state of the company he founded.

Love, anger, redemption: Steve Jobs opera takes the CEO's story to new emotional heights

Love, anger, redemption: Steve Jobs opera takes the CEO's story to new emotional heights

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Saturday marks the world premiere of "The (R)Evolution of Steve Jobs," an opera that captures nearly five decades of the tech leader's life. Composer Mason Bates tells us why Jobs' life is perfect opera material.

A Steve Jobs opera; coffee with a jolt; pet-sitting battle

A Steve Jobs opera; coffee with a jolt; pet-sitting battle

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An opera about one of Apple’s founders — no, not Woz — has its world premiere Saturday in Santa Fe, N.M. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” is part of a three-year collaboration between Mason Bates, composer-in-residence at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Pulitzer Prize-winning librettist Mark Campbell.

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