Bloomberg Businessweek to publish 64-page ad-free Steve Jobs tribute issue (with cover photo)

Bloomberg Businessweek will publish a 64-page, ad-free Steve Jobs tribute issue of BusinessWeek.

The issue will be sent to magazine and iPad subscribers and hit newsstands on Friday, October 7th.

Pieces will be written by Steve Jurvetson, John Sculley, Sean Wilsey and William Gibson.

Articles will also be written by Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Businessweek reporters and editors Jim Aley, Brad Stone and Peter Burrows.

Bloomberg Businessweek’s cover image for its Steve Jobs tribute issue that arrives on newsstands on Friday, October 7, 2011:

Bloomberg Businessweek, Steve Jobs tribute issue

More Bloomberg Businessweek Steve Jobs coverage here.

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Steve Jobs: ‘Death is life’s best invention’ – October 6, 2011
Simon & Schuster ups Steve Jobs biography to October 24th – October 6, 2011
Apple likely quietly paid tribute to Steve Jobs during ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event – October 6, 2011
Fortune: Steve Jobs, technology’s greatest visionary – October 6, 2011
Steve Jobs’ rare disease ran predictable course – October 6, 2011
The New York Times’ Steve Jobs obituary – October 6, 2011
TIME Magazine publishes special Steve Jobs commemorative issue – October 6, 2011
Tim Cook aims to carry on for ‘creative genius’ Steve Jobs – October 6, 2011
Mossberg: The Steve Jobs I knew – October 6, 2011
Woz: Steve Jobs brought a lot of life to the world – October 6, 2011
Statement from Steve Jobs’ family after his passing – October 6, 2011
Tim Cook’s memo to Apple employees about the passing of Steve Jobs – October 5, 2011
Friends and business rivals mourn the passing of Steve Jobs – October 5, 2011
Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder, dead at 56 – October 5, 2011


    1. Sculley was a necessary evil so that Jobs could walk into he tech desert “for 40 years” and come back as Apple’s savior. (Sculley is assuredly humbled now by the greatness of Steve Jobs and his own inadequacies as a tech CEO so maybe that’s punishment enough.)

      On the other hand maybe Jobs would have pushed Apple to even greater heights if he’d stayed but the technology for Steve to have done that only started to evolve about the time he came back as iCEO. He HAD to go away and create OS X, ahem, I mean NeXT. Like a fine wine, technologies took time to evolve along with Steve’s vision. In some respects he was only getting started so it’s all the more sad for humanity. For me personally those yearly keynotes were a thrill and an adrenaline filled highlight that will never be matched again.

  1. Businessweek was the first place I ever saw the name “Steve Jobs”. I think it was around 1978, when I bought my Rev. 0 Apple II. I hope Businessweek includes that old article in their special edition.

  2. Nice. Is this atonement for the series of cruel, mean-spirited articles published by Bloomberg’s Connie Giugliamo attempting shamelessly to pry open Steve Jobs’s fight with cancer?

    I’m sure they made a ton of money with those articles.

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