As Microsoft and Apple wage very public fights to protect user data on devices and in the cloud from what they say is overreaching government requests, BlackBerry has taken a very different public stance, confirming reports that the company helped decrypt users' messages and saying it believed technology companies should act as "good corporate citizens."
Few things in Andy Grove's life were easy, starting at a young age: As a boy in Budapest, he saw his father captured up by Germans during World War II, while he and his mother went into hiding under an assumed name. He became neary deaf at a young age. After that, he lived under Communist rule in Hungary, until finally coming to America in the '50s, where he learned to lip read English in order to pass university courses.
That kind of perseverance would serve him well through the ups and downs of being Intel employee #1 and later president, CEO, and chairman.
Apple today unveiled a new, smaller iPad Pro, which it calls "the future of personal computing." So far, however, tablets have failed to get much traction in the business world. Have they made it into your company?