Apple has scored another high-profile publication for its iPad subscription model, this time Bloomberg Businessweek -- and it’s one of the most affordable, at a mere 75 cents per issue with an introductory subscription.
Earlier this week, we had brought it to you that Bloomberg TV was going to feature Steve Jobs as part of their GAME CHANGERS special. The special was able to reveal a little bit more about all things Jobs through interviews with friends, former colleagues and business associates. So if you forgot to set your DVR or don't get Bloomberg TV, the special is up for your viewing now!
Let's see, what's on television Thursday nights? Anything good? Oh, let's not talk about The Office, 30 Rock, Grey's Anatomy, or any of those other shows. How about you set your Tivo to record those and instead, focus all of your attention to this Thursday's profile of Steve Jobs on Bloomberg television. The show will chronicle Jobs' journey from college dropout to Silicon Valley king, and the advancements and achievements he's managed in the technology sector since then. The show will also feature interviews with those who know him, like The Woz, and those who admire all of his work.
Does the design of the iPhone’s antenna really lead to reception problems? Depends on who you ask, though quite a bit of conventional wisdom seems to be coalescing around the answer “Yes.” And as if the iPhone 4 story couldn’t look more calamitous for Apple than it continues to, a new angle just might make this all much worse for Cupertino.
Stock market professionals and living room traders alike know and trust the Bloomberg brand for the latest market news and analysis, and the Bloomberg for iPad app luckily doesn't disappoint, offering a large amount of information out of the gate.