February 24, 2010

The Sound of Money

A trio that keeps brewing up hits: Apple boss Steve Jobs, turning 55 today, brought in British singer K.T. Tunstall and Starbucks founder Howard Schultz to present the newest generation of iPods at San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center, back in September 2007. (More here.) Since then, Apple has added some $12 billion in revenue and made the iPhone almost as ubiquitous as the green Starbucks mermaid. (Who got a chastity makeover long before Apple decided to do the same with the App Store.)

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