A top legal adviser to Oakland’s mayor has resigned over the decision to raid the Occupy Oakland encampment Monday.
The chief executive of Fremont solar company Solyndra, whose bankruptcy led to a Congressional investigation of federal energy loan guarantees, has resigned.
Oakland’s police chief told city officials Tuesday that he regretfully planned to resign in November to take on another opportunity, expressing frustration at a lack of support provided to the department during his two-year tenure.
With Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs stepping down, those who are Apple’s most devoted fans and users are struggling to decide if they should hold on to their faith in the company and its future products.
Short term, most analysts believe the company’s path is almost certain, as Apple’s product line is in place for the next 2-3 years.
Apple Inc. must persuade investors and consumers that it doesn’t need the force behind the iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad in charge to keep the technology hits coming.
Despite his medical history, investors appeared to be taken off-guard by the announcement of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ resignation.
While most insiders said Tim Cook is not the “visionary” that Steve Jobs is, nearly everyone credits him as being a kind of business-operations “maestro,” according to a 2008 Fortune magazine profile.
Steve Jobs, who resigned as CEO of the world’s largest tech company, is often identified as the singular face of Apple — the man who is the energy and creative spirit behind the company.
It was a moment many tech fans hoped never would come: Steve Jobs’ resignation from the helm of Apple Inc., which he co-founded from his family garage in 1976.