Isacson discusses the Apple founder's return to Apple in the late 1990s and his last days.
Steve Jobs was already gravely ill with cancer when he asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography.
One British car factory has doubled its numbers of young people in apprenticeship schemes as jobs become harder.
GE reported a 2.5 percent rise in Q2 profit as solid U.S. demand for energy equipment offset the effects of a weak EU economy.
What does a robot feel when it touches something? Little or nothing until now.
Richard Florida addresses the decline in U.S. manufacturing jobs and rise in service industry jobs.
Autonomous cars are coming - and they’re going to drive better than you.
Drones are moving off the battlefield and into everyday life.
A Filipino inventor has found a way to turn plastic waste into fuel for vehicles.
As defence budgets around the world are slashed, Reuters asks whether the party's over for the world's big planemakers.
The Joint Strike Fighter could cost $1.45T over its lifetime, but for Lockheed Martin the runaway costs are turning into a major headache.
Workers at South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. stage a partial strike after annual wage talks collapsed.
Peugeot's announced job cut of 8,000 staff is met with stiff opposition from France's unions and government.
While the Avanti's design and life-saving technology lives on in current automobiles.
Lifeguards in California are integrating a new robotic assistant into their arsenal of life-saving equipment.
Futurist Don Tapscott says the world is transforming into one that is far more open and transparent than ever before.
After years of trailing Airbus in the market for new jet orders, Boeing says it's about to retake the lead.
Microsoft has lost its leadership role in the technology world to Apple, Google, and Facebook, says Vanity Fair contributing editor Kurt Eichenwald.
Labor force participation has plummeted in recent years, as discouraged workers gave up their job searches.