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How Steve Jobs Got the iPhone Into Japan

To break into the Japanese market, Steve Jobs took a chance on a self-made billionaire who had a crude drawing of an iPod phone and no mobile carrier to speak of.

It's Time for Apple To Give Us a New Toy

On Tuesday, Apple has another product unveiling event, but don't expect smart watches, smart TVs, or Apple Glasses -- even though it's overdue for a new breakout gadget.

How Did BlackBerry Do Everything Wrong?

Blackberry is near the end of an epic tumble, and the path it took from CrackBerry dominance to telecom afterthought bears the classic hallmarks of business implosions past.

Why Apple Will Never Be Great Again

Apple's latest moves haven't impressed investors. And in the marathon battle against Android, it's not thrilling consumers either. Is the iMiracle over?

Even ESPN Wants You to Cut the Cable Cord

ESPN is starting to explore the possibility of offering its suite of sports programming through the wide array of Web-based services that are starting to get off the ground.

The Backlash Against Sheryl Sandberg Is Already Starting

Although Sheryl Sandberg's manifesto, Lean In, was just published Monday, it already is generating a torrent of debate -- much of it among female professionals who complain they feel left out of Sandberg's vision of success in the corporate world.