|| August 26, 2011 -- 3:00 p.m. EDT |
Steve Jobs has arguably disrupted more industries than any other CEO of his generation. The big question is whether Apple can transform the landscape while making an impact on pop culture.
Living by the Book of Apple
Devotees of Apple and Mac—many of whom express an almost religious fervor— are contemplating a world without their charismatic leader.
Controversy on Jobs's Innovations
Apple's originality, and handling of intellectual property, have frequently been controversial topics.
Asian Tech Firms Brace for New Landscape
The departure of Apple's creative maestro could spell opportunity for tech competitors in Asia, but it also raises longer term concerns for some of the U.S. company's biggest suppliers.
Apple Still a Buy, Say Analysts
Investors may be undervaluing Apple even as its shares near all-time highs. Apple shares eased 0.7% on Thursday, as investors paused to consider how the company might change after founder Steve Jobs's resignation as CEO.