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    NOTTINGHAM FOREST’S Steve Cook was on the pitch when his dad suffered a cardiac arrest in the stands last season. It was the penultimate game of the Championship campaign. Cook was back at his beloved Bournemouth, where a win for the hosts would secure them top-flight football. 3Forest defender Steve Cook says he used his father's situation as 'motivation' for a successful final push for promotion to the Premier LeagueCredit: Getty 3Ex-Bournemouth star Steve Cook is ready for another go at the top flightCredit: Getty Forest needed a victory to stay in the hunt for an automatic promotion spot but things were not quite right in the warm-up at the Vitality Stadium. Former Cherries defender Cook said: “It was a big game for me, going back to Bournemouth and having a chance to nick automatic promotion from them. “We knew something had happened in the crowd. I had no idea it was my dad, Richard, though, so it was a bit of a strange one. “I got subbed late on and that’s when I was told, ‘Look, something has happened’....
    STEVE COOK'S dad suffered a cardiac arrest prior to Nottingham Forest's clash with Bournemouth tonight, the defender has revealed. The second place Cherries hosted Forest in a crucial match in the race for promotion to the Premier League. 1Steve Cook was in action for Nottingham Forest against old club BournemouthCredit: Rex Cook, 31, was making his first return to the club he spent a decade at, having left to join Steve Cooper's side in January. His evening began in the most difficult circumstances, however, with his dad having had to be brought back to life by paramedics. After his side's 1-0 defeat, which saw Bournemouth seal promotion, Cook wrote on Twitter: "First of all a big congratulations to @afcbournemouth on promotion but tonight I need to thank the paramedics at the game. "Unfortunately my dad suffered a cardiac arrest just before the game and they managed to bring him back to life. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLNEV-ER SAY DIE Neville trolls himself after tweet taunting Liverpool's collapse backfiresBLUE TURN Chelsea takeover collapse fears as Abramovich wants to recoup £1.6bn loan...
    STEVE COOK is creeping up the hit list of his old pal Eddie Howe at Newcastle United. Bournemouth’s veteran skipper, 30, is back in the Cherries side under Scott Parker after a spell on the sidelines but Howe knows what he offers. 1Eddie Howe is looking to be reunited with Bournemouth star Steve CookCredit: Getty Howe wants Prem experience to beat the drop but James Tarkowski and Ben Mee would cost fortunes from rivals Burnley. Cook joined Bournemouth in 2012 in a bargain £150,000 deal, following a successful loan. Immediately, he helped the club gain promotion to the Championship. Then, in the 2014-15 season the club made the leap to the Premier League. However, after five years in the top flight Cook was relegated with Howe at the helm. He has played 386 games for Bournemouth, but hasn't been as influential this season. Most read in SportTRAGIC LOSS Demaryius Thomas death updates – NFL star 'had been suffering seizures'ABU DHABI GP LIVE Verstappen starts on POLE with Hamilton second after thrilling qualifierMANOLO DEAD Former Wimbledon champ Santana dies aged 83...
    Apple is remembering its late co-founder Steve Jobs on the 10th anniversary of his death with a heartfelt homepage takeover. The tech giant's website features  a video showing snapshots of Jobs' life, footage of him presenting the iPhone in 2007 and other moments of his career. The site also features a statement from his family that recalls the innovator as a teacher who 'taught us to be open to the beauty of the world, to be curious around new ideas, to see around the next corner and most of all to stay humble in our beginner's mind.'   Jobs died on Oct. 5, 2011, at the age of 56, after an eight-year battle with pancreatic cancer. Scroll down for videos  Apple is remembering its late co-founder Steve Jobs on the 10th anniversary of his death with a heartfelt homepage takeover CEO Tim Cook, who replaced Jobs in August 2011, shared the video on his Twitter account, along with a quote from the late co-founder. 'People with passion can change the world for the better.' -- SJ. Hard to believe it's been...
    (CBS SF / CNN) — Elon Musk says he’s getting a new biography. The CEO of SpaceX and Bay Area-based Tesla tweeted Wednesday that the biographer Walter Isaacson will pen the book. He didn’t say when the book will be released. READ MORE: Firefighters Getting Guns Pulled Out On Them; Some Dixie Fire Residents Refusing To Evacuate “If you’re curious about Tesla, SpaceX & my general goings on, @WalterIsaacson is writing a biography,” Musk said on Twitter. If you’re curious about Tesla, SpaceX & my general goings on, @WalterIsaacson is writing a biography — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 5, 2021 Isaacson, a professor of history at Tulane University, has written biographies of Benjamin Franklin, Henry Kissinger and Steve Jobs. His latest book — “The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race” — is about the Nobel Prize winning biochemist who developed the gene-editing technology CRISPR. Isaacson has been the editor of Time Magazine, the CEO of the Aspen Institute and the CEO and chairman of CNN. He’s also a contributor on “Amanpour,” CNN International’s global affairs...
    Steve Jobs and John Sculley at the time they both worked at Apple. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – After an epic power struggle, then-Apple CEO John Sculley fired Steve Jobs from the company Jobs founded. Sculley now says that he wishes he had hired him again. “I would have liked, in hindsight, to look up Steve again and say, ‘I want to help you get back to Apple,'” the former executive told CNNMoney. “I wish Apple had rehired him sooner.” Sculley himself was forced to leave Apple in 1993 over a dispute over the licensing of Macintosh software to other PC manufacturers. The board of directors was in favor of letting other computer manufacturers use it, but Sculley was against it. Lee: Jobs Said Apple Wouldn’t Do This … And Now It Does After his departure, Apple ended up licensing its software, which turned out to be a big mistake. By the time Apple rehired Steve Jobs in 1997, the company was posting huge losses. Sculley believes that had he remedied his differences with Jobs earlier and brought him...
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – ‘Becoming Steve Jobs’, the new biography of the late Apple CEO, goes on sale this Tuesday. The book, written by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli, is promoted as a comprehensive portrait of one of the most famous corporate directors in history. The life of Steve Jobs in photos Apple executives have praised the book in recent weeks. They assure that it is a more accurate representation of the character of Jobs than the portrayal made by Walter Isaacson in “Steve Jobs”, written with the collaboration of the founder of Apple himself. This latest biography is based on interviews with Jobs’ associates and top Apple executives, including current CEO Tim Cook. The image the book evokes, based on published excerpts and a brief description, is of a visionary and demanding leader who was not as selfish or arrogant as he had previously been painted. “[Jobs] he cared a lot about things, “the new book says, quoting Cook.” Yes, he was passionate about things, and he wanted them to be perfect. And that made him great. “ “And...
    Today, Apple celebrates 45 years since its founding, on April 1, 1976. The company has changed a lot since then, and much of that path has been followed by figures such as Steve Jobs, Jony Ive or Steve Wozniak. They have been more than four decades full of innovation at the service of users. Tim Cook on an Apple keynote Throughout all these years, Apple has been firmly committed to improving people’s lives through technology. And it is precisely in this that Tim Cook believes that the company has the greatest potential for the coming years, something that he has stated in a memorandum to his employees. The CEO of Apple has shared, on the occasion of this anniversary, a few words about the evolution of the company in the already 45 years of life that it has. In this document, shared by MacGeneration, he refers to how the company has been changing without leaving behind the commitments they made when it was founded in 1976. «On April 1, 1976, a company was formed in Cupertino to create transformative products...
    A Baltimore restaurant owner drove six hours to Vermont to cook for a dying woman who wanted to eat his tempura broccoli one last time. Earlier this month, Brandon Jones, 37, wrote an email to Steve Chu, 30, a co-owner of two Ekiben restaurants in Baltimore, explaining that his mother-in-law had terminal cancer but had joked that the last thing she'd like to eat on her death bed was Ekiben's tempura broccoli. Brandon merely asked if Steve would be willing to share the recipe so that he and his wife Rina Jones, 38, could prepare it for her when they went to visit. But Steve shocked them by going above and beyond, insisting that he, his business partner, and an employee would make the long drive themselves to prepare the beloved dish for Rina's mother so that she could enjoy it fresh. Steve Chu, co-owner of the Baltimore restaurant Ekiben, drove six hours to Vermont to cook for a dying woman who wanted to eat his tempura broccoli one last time Rina Jones' mother was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. She...
    Apple CEO Tim Cook is celebrating Steve Jobs who would have been 66 years old on Wednesday. Cook shared a tweet wishing the late co-founder a happy birthday, along with celebrating Jobs' technology that 'brought us together in limitless ways' during a year that many were under lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. 'That's a testament to Steve's life and the legacy he left, which continue to inspire me every day,' Cook wrote in the tweet that included a black-and-white image of Jobs smiling. Jobs, who co-founded Apple with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in 1976, died October 5, 2011 at the age of 56 after a battle with cancer. Scroll down for video  Apple CEO Tim Cook is celebrating Steve Jobs who would have been 66 years old on Wednesday Jobs, along with Wozniak and Wayne, created Apple on April 1, 1976 that was originally about selling computer kits that led to the first product known as Apple I. From there the team built other computers, each more advanced than the previous, and in 1984 they introduced the...
    Steve Jobs I would have turned 66 today February 24. October marked the 9th anniversary of the disappearance of the charismatic co-founder and CEO of Apple, and his birthday would have been celebrated today. Like every year, Tim Cook has remembered his boss and mentor with a nice phrase. Photo by Steve Jobs «Celebrating Steve on what would have been his 66th birthday. Especially in a year when so many things separated us, technology brought us together in limitless ways. That’s a testament to Steve’s life and the legacy he left behind, which continue to inspire me every day.«. Celebrating Steve on what would have been his 66th birthday. Especially in a year where so much kept us apart, technology brought us together in limitless ways. That’s a testament to Steve’s life and the legacy he left, which continue to inspire me every day. pic.twitter.com/4nluynVjFF – Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 24, 2021 The most incredible thing about Steve Jobs is that despite the passing of the years, he continues being a very loved and remembered person. In addition,...
    WEST HAM are considering a move for Bournemouth centre-back Steve Cook, according to the reports. The Hammers have failed to land a single one of their centre-back targets this summer and have reportedly switched their attention to the £8million Cherries veteran. 3West Ham are considering a move for £8m Bournemouth man Steve CookCredit: Alamy Live News 3David Moyes has seen just one new face arrive at the London Stadium this summerCredit: AFP or licensors West Ham have made just two signings this summer despite narrowly escaping relegation last term. Right-back Vladimir Coufal arrived in a £4m deal from Slavia Prague. And Tomas Soucek's loan was made permanent thanks to a clause included in the initial deal that brought him to the London Stadium in January. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   Cook, 29, is now on the East Londoners' radar, according to the Daily Star. The Cherries captain won the club's player of the season award last year as the south coast side were relegated - and he would be available...
    By MICHAEL LIEDTKE | The Associated Press BERKELEY — Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, was a tough act to follow. But Tim Cook seems to be doing so well at it that his eventual successor may also have big shoes to fill. Initially seen as a mere caretaker for the iconic franchise that Jobs built before his 2011 death, Cook has forged his own distinctive legacy. He will mark his ninth anniversary as Apple’s CEO Monday — the same day the company will split its stock for the second time during his reign, setting up the shares to begin trading on a split-adjusted basis beginning Aug. 31. Grooming Cook as heir apparent was “one of Steve Jobs’ greatest accomplishments that is vastly underappreciated,” said long-time Apple analyst Gene Munster, who is now managing partner of Loup Ventures. The upcoming four-for-one stock split, a move that has no effect on share price but often spurs investor enthusiasm, is one measure of Apple’s success under Cook. The company was worth just under $400 billion when Cook the helm; it’s...
    BERKELEY, CALIF. - Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, was a tough act to follow. But Tim Cook seems to be doing so well at it that his eventual successor may also have big shoes to fill. Initially seen as a mere caretaker for the iconic franchise that Jobs built before his 2011 death, Cook has forged his own distinctive legacy. He will mark his ninth anniversary as Apple's CEO Monday -- the same day the company will split its stock for the second time during his reign, setting up the shares to begin trading on a split-adjusted basis beginning August 31. Grooming Cook as heir apparent was "one of Steve Jobs' greatest accomplishments that is vastly underappreciated," said longtime Apple analyst Gene Munster, who is now managing partner of Loup Ventures. The upcoming four-for-one stock split, a move that has no effect on share price but often spurs investor enthusiasm, is one measure of Apple's success under Cook. The company was worth just under $400 billion when Cook the helm; it's worth five times more than that...
    By MICHAEL LIEDTKE, AP Business Writer BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, was a tough act to follow. But Tim Cook seems to be doing so well at it that his eventual successor may also have big shoes to fill. Initially seen as a mere caretaker for the iconic franchise that Jobs built before his 2011 death, Cook has forged his own distinctive legacy. He will mark his ninth anniversary as Apple’s CEO Monday -- the same day the company will split its stock for the second time during his reign. Grooming Cook as heir apparent was “one of Steve Jobs’ greatest accomplishments that is vastly underappreciated,” said long-time Apple analyst Gene Munster, who is now managing partner of Loup Ventures. The upcoming four-for-one stock split, a move that has no effect on share price but often spurs investor enthusiasm, is one measure of Apple's success under Cook. The company was worth just under $400 billion when Cook the helm; it's worth five times more than that today, and has just become the first...
    Despite his friendly, gentle demeanour, Apple's chief executive officer Tim Cook has been described as a tough leader who has been known to 'leave his staff in tears'. A new profile of the billionaire Apple boss describes a man who leads his staff 'through interrogation', according to contacts cited by the Wall Street Journal.  Cook succeeded Apple co-founder Steve Jobs as CEO in 2011, six weeks before the latter's death from cancer. Since that time, Apple's market value has soared from $348 billion to $1.9 trillion, but the 'cautious and tactical' leader has had to be ruthless behind the scenes. Cook reached billionaire status earlier this month, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Middle managers today screen staff before meetings with Apple CEO Tim Cook (pictured) to make sure they're well prepared RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Apple CEO Tim Cook's net worth now exceeds $1billion as the... Chinese iPhone sales could fall by up to 30 per cent if... 'Similar to AirPods but without the Apple price': These TOZO... Promoted...
    The non-partisan Cook Political Report announced on Friday it was shifting 20 House districts to Democrats ahead of November's general election.  The districts include Democratic Pennsylvania Rep. Matt CartwrightMatthew (Matt) Alton CartwrightFive takeaways from PPP loan data Lawmaker-linked businesses received PPP loans OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Dems press Trump consumer safety nominee on chemical issues | Lawmakers weigh how to help struggling energy industry | 180 Democrats ask House leadership for clean energy assistance MORE's race in the state's 8th District, which was moved from "toss-up" to "Lean Democratic," as well as GOP Rep. Don Bacon's race which is now rated as a toss-up.  The latest ratings illustrate the uphill climb Republicans will have to win back the majority. The party previously voiced hopes of picking up 18 seats to regain control.  The findings also bode well for Democrats looking to defend districts that Democrats flipped in 2018, including Democratic Rep. Jennifer WextonJennifer Lynn WextonOVERNIGHT ENERGY: House approves .5T green infrastructure plan | Rubio looks to defense bill to block offshore drilling, but some fear it creates a loophole | DC-area lawmakers...
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