Laurene Powell Jobs, founder and chair of Emerson Collective and widow of the late Apple founder Steve Jobs, along with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (R) and Rupert Murdoch (L), chairman and CEO of News Corporation, takes part in a panel ... Reuters, 6 days ago
Laurene Powell Jobs funds buyout of News Corp's Amplify education company - iPodDailyNews, 1 week ago
Laurene Powell Jobs backs Amplify education company bought from News Corp - Reuters, 1 week ago
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Thank you @waltmossberg for caring about the difference between fact and fiction. — Laurene Powell , the widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, on Wednesday tweeted her appreciation for a review of the Steve Jobs movie by noted tech journalist ...SiliconValley.com, 1 month ago Steve Jobs widow calls new movie fiction 1070wapi.com, 1 month ago Steve Jobs' widow calls new movie 'fiction' WCVB.com, 1 month ago
Steve Jobs' widow reportedly tried to block new film about her husband Laurene Powell Jobs and other allies of the late Apple co-founder say the latest film portrays him as cruel and inhumane, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Michael Fassbender stars as Steve Jobs in a movie that the widow of the late Apple co-founder reportedly tried to block. Universal Pictures The widow of Steve Jobs tried to stop a new film about her late husband, the Wall Street Journal reported ...CNET.co.uk, 1 month ago
Laurene Powell Jobs was unhappy with production of the new movie Steve Jobs, which is based on Walter Isaacson's biography of her late husband, The Wall Street Journal reports . Powell Jobs was so unhappy with the movie, in fact, that she reportedly ...Business Insider Australia, 1 month ago Steve Jobs widow repeatedly tried to kill the new movie about his life BusinessInsider.sg, 1 month ago
On one side of the New York Public Library's Edna Barnes Salomon Room, standing under a 19th-century portrait of one of the many old white men who have run the institution, Laurene Powell Jobs is chatting with MC Hammer. It's Tuesday night of ...Fast Company, 2 months ago
Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs and an important player in the funding of hotly debated education reforms in the U.S., is expanding her involvement in Los Angeles schools. Her organization, College Track, announced last ...NigerianHerald.com, 2 weeks ago 4 Ways to Rethink High School Education Education Post, 2 months ago Steve Jobs' widow has $50M plan for schools Mother Nature Network, 2 months ago High School is too old school American Public Media, 2 months ago
Widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, Laurene Powell Jobs, allegedly tried very hard so that Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin's biopic on her late husband never got made. According to a Hollywood Reporter profile on the making of the film, she even called ...Ceylon Today, 1 month ago Steve Jobs' widow tried to kill Aaron Sorkin's movie about the Apple co-founder Business Insider, 1 month ago Aaron Sorkin, David Boyle defend... DailyNews724.com, 1 month ago Apple Co-Founder's Allies Tried To Kill The Steve Jobs Movie Daily Caller, 1 month ago
Leonardo DiCaprio was urged by Steve Jobs' widow to reject the chance to play the former Apple boss. Laurene Powell Jobs - who opposes the Danny Boyle-directed project - was reportedly so keen to stop it being made that she personally contacted the ...Sunday World Ireland, 1 month ago
Laurene Jobs Powell phoned actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale Steve Jobs' widow lobbied them not to play role of her late husband in film Michael Fassbender got the role but emails revealed in the Sony hack showed he was not everybody's ...Online Nigeria News, 1 month ago Stars begged not to take roles Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Steve Jobs widow begged DiCaprio, Bale to stay away from biopic New York Post, 1 month ago Jobs' widow begged stars to decline role The Press NZ, 1 month ago
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Laurene Powell Jobs pressured Leonardo DiCaprio, Christian Bale and every studio in Hollywood to not make the movie. David Fincher wouldn't budge off his $10 million fee. Now, THR talks to the creative team — Danny Boyle, Aaron Sorkin, Michael ...Hollywood Reporter, 1 month ago
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