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The book of Jobs: the lasting legacy of Apple's founder

While Jeff Jarvis puts Steve Jobs on a par with Guttenberg, differences abound over the lasting legacy of the Apple co-founder. Dean Hovey, who worked on the inception of the mouse for Apple, recalls a man who could take an invention and turn it into an innovation.

  • Jeff JARVIS, Author of "Public Parts" - from New York
  • Aude BARON, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, nouvelobs.com
  • Eric OLANDER, France 24 Digital media editor
  • Philippe AIGRAIN, Co-founder, "La Quadrature du Net" (citizen group defending internet freedoms)
  • Dean HOVEY, President and CEO, Digifit - from Santa Barbara, California, USA.

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA corruption scandal: Top officials indicted on US corruption charges (part 2)

The world's most popular sport is in turmoil. Two separate inquiries have been launched into corruption at football's governing body, FIFA. A US probe is looking into $150...

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA corruption scandal: Top officials indicted on US corruption charges (part 1)

The world’s most popular sport is in turmoil. Two separate inquiries have been launched into corruption at football’s governing body, FIFA. A US probe is looking into $150...

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2015-05-26 Iran

Islamic State group advances: Baghdad and Washington trade blame over losses (part 2)

The fight is on in Ramadi, a campaign to recapture the capital of Anbar province that has now been taken in hand by Shiite militias. But even as the operation unfolds,...

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2015-05-26 Iraq

Islamic State group advances: Baghdad and Washington trade blame over losses (part 1)

The fight is on in Ramadi, a campaign to recapture the capital of Anbar province that has now been taken in hand by Shiite militias. But even as the operation unfolds,...

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2015-05-25 Burundi

Burundi's brutal standoff: One month on, tension spirals (part 2)

After a month of protests and a failed coup, President Pierre Nkurunziza is undeterred in his bid for a third term. He denies ordering the weekend killing of opposition figure...

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