If you already feel a little hard done by when it comes to your pay check, brace yourself. Bloomberg reports that four of the five best-paid executives across the whole of the US are employed by Apple—and just wait until you hear how much they earn.
Scott Forstall is the iOS boss at Apple who pops up at keynotes and in Apple's shiny white-backgrounded videos to talk iOS features, but that belies his actual importance at the company. Businessweek has an in-depth profile on the gifted, relentless, and polarizing engineer.
Down the rabbit hole we go, where tablets last six weeks on the market, great mobile OS's are put out to pasture before their time, and HP executives are not told of doomed tablets until days before their demise. Updated.
In a then surprising move, Eric Schmidt stepped away from his position as Google CEO in January to make room for co-founder Larry Page. Schmidt has moved into an Executive Chairman role, and Page takes the reigns today. So what does it mean for you?
WSJ is reporting that Keith Pardy, RIM's Chief Marketing Officer, has resigned and will leave the company over a six-month transition period. WSJ's sources cite "personal reasons" but given the timeframe, the BlackBerry PlayBook is expected to release soon (and BlackBerry needs a bonafide hit), it's a peculiar move…
There's a lot to absorb in Businessweek's massive look at the top of Google's executive food chain. But the juicy bits are extra-juicy.
Just days after Nokia announced a new CEO and President in the form of Steve Elop, and key figurehead Anssi Vanjoki has declared his resignation. Vanjoki, who is the Executive Vice President, will be working out his notice for the next six months, and no doubt supporting Elop's transition from Microsoft to Nokia come…
After months of debate surrounding the iPhone 4's antenna issues, the New York Times is reporting that Mark Papermaster, the Apple executive responsible for overseeing the iPhone's hardware, has left the company.
With new Steve Jobs emails surfacing everyday, someone thought to send Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein a personal note. His chipper response is not necessarily what you'd expect from somebody who's been watching his company fall apart before his eyes.
You know the names Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates — the giants behind Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft. But at those companies and others, there's a whole class of executives kicking rear without due recognition.
Anyone can smoke a cigar, but only overpaid corporate executives can smoke them knowing that they deserve to smoke them. A half pack of cigarettes worth of tobacco just tastes better after a long day of mergers, acquisitions, and dream-crushing.