The New York Times examines the challenges facing Apple’s executives following the death on Wednesday of company founder Steve Jobs as they try to follow his lessons without being trapped by his legacy.
The Wall Street Journal’s Walter Mossberg and Macworld’s Jason Snell write about the more personal side of Jobs. And the San Jose Mercury News details the tributes to a man called a “genius” and “pioneer” that have poured in from around the world.
CNET looks at how Jobs inadvertently shaped the video game industry.
Yahoo’s shares soared on Wednesday after reports that Microsoft may make another bid to buy the Internet firm, according to USA Today. The Wall Street Journal examines the pros and cons for Yahoo’s potential buyer Microsoft.
Forbes examines how Patch, AOL’s collection of micro-local news sites, is faring and how AOL's future is tied to its fortunes.
Google cleared the final hurdle in its $700 million acquisition of ITA Software when a federal judge approved the consent decree reached between Google and the Justice Department, Bloomberg reports.