"French critics considered Ridley Scott’s new biopic lazy, pointless, boring, migraine-inducing, too short and historically inaccurate. And that’s just to start."
Huawei's aggressive one-day promotions — free AirPod knock-offs, for example — didn't hurt.
Brian Williams interviewed Steve Jobs just before the opening of the glass cube on Fifth Avenue.
"Apple is keeping no stone unturned."
"Unlike most companies, and contrary to the popular narrative, Googlers, from the junior engineer all the way to the C-suite, were genuinely good people who cared very much about doing the right thing."
From Georgia McKenzie's "Which Tech Giants Attract the Most Talent From Competitors?" posted Thursday by Switch on Business: (click to enlarge) My take: The average stay…
"The movement, which includes people who helped shape the generative-AI boom, is insular and multifaceted but shares a belief in doing good in the world."
From Matthew Garrahan, Tim Bradshaw, Madhumita Murgia and Kana Inagaki's "OpenAI and Jony Ive in talks to raise $1bn from SoftBank for AI device venture" posted in late September by the Financial Times.