Apple Declares Barbara Whye, Former Intel VP As Its New Head Of Diversity

Barbara Whye is declared as the new vice president of inclusion and diversity by Apple. She will be joining Apple in 2021 and is at present holding a similar post at Intel.

Fortune, the primary source to reveal that Whye’s been hired had included her in its list of “Most Powerful Women” this year. An engineer by training and a universally recognized figure on issues of representation in the technology industry, Barbara has spent 25 years at Intel, developing the firm with significant modifications and focusing on its growth. Read More

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Steve Jobs, on Becoming the Richest Man on Earth – Crystal Gazing

Bill Gates, redefined technology in the early days of IT and even changed the rules of doing business. Not surprisingly, he became the richest man in the world. Those were the days of Windows and Microsoft was in the limelight. Microsoft’s competitors could at best only dream of the good days ahead hoping against hope – except of course Apple.

Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, brought in the much needed fresh air. He has revolutionized the world by introducing the iPhone in 2007 and then redefining computing in 2010 with the iPad. Today, Steve is the crowned king and people just worship him. Sooner or later, he is destined to become the World’s Richest Man.

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