The first Apple Mac computer, with a very young Steve Jobs
In an era when high-flying tech companies outdo each other with worker perks, the no-frills billionaire is proving the potency of another model: coddling his 164 million customers, not his employees.
Howard Schultz, the founder and chief executive of Starbucks, is asking customers of the coffee chain to honor a request to no longer bring guns into its stores.
In Silicon Valley, the spotlight is often on young entrepreneurs with fresh ideas that will change the world. But for decades, two titans of the tech world thrived in the fast-paced industry: legendary Intel executives Gordon Moore and Andy Grove.