Demand for Target's new Missoni-designed products overwhelmed its website and jammed its stores. But the rush didn't clear out all the Missoni items at Target.
The MLK memorial is a poem poorly translated. Why paraphrase? Across the mall, every word of Lincoln’s second inaugural address is carved in stone without an ellipsis to mar its poetry.
iTunes Match is expected to hit this fall, with the launch of iOS 5, and according to one new report, the streaming option will be left out.
Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs saw the company through its infancy, its early tremors of doubt, and its wild bouts of success. Among his more significant lessons was this: Being best is more important than being first. How does Jobs, who passed away Oct. 5, 2011, stack up against America's great business leaders when tested by his own rule? Here's a look at how he compares with five of the greats:
Patents for more than 200 products made Steve Jobs a technology leader. These 10 patents made him a business legend.
Apple under Steve Jobs launched iconic toys and tools and software, so successful in form and function that competitors stood in awe and customers lined up overnight for the latest gadget.
Is it appropriate to distract kids with narrated e-books in restaurants?