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Steve Jobs' error-filled pre-Apple CV on sale

Steve Jobs' error-filled pre-Apple CV on sale

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An error-filled job application written by Steve Jobs before he co-founded Apple could fetch more than $ 50,000 (£35,700) at an auction next month.The handwritten document, which dates back to 1973, lists "electronics tech" and "design engineer" among his "special abilities" and boasts of his adeptness with computers and calculators.Mr Jobs, who penned the application as a teenager having dropped out of Reed College in Portland after just six months, also noted that he had an "english lit" degree and a driving licence.:: Looking back on ten years of iPhoneImage:The late Apple CEO was keen to find a job in tech after leaving collegeHowever, further down he admitted that access to transportation was only "possible, not probable".And the youngster who would go on to invent the iPhone was also
State Department approves $3.2B missile sale to Sweden

State Department approves $3.2B missile sale to Sweden

Business
Feb. 22 (UPI) -- The U.S. State Department on Wednesday said it has approved a possible foreign military sale to Sweden of Patriot Configuration-3 Modernized Fire Units.The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress of the $ 3.2 billion sale, for which Raytheon and Lockheed Martin are the primary contractors.The possible foreign military sale would provide Sweden with four Patriot Configuration-3+ Modernized Fire Units consisting of 100 Patriot MIM-104E Guidance Enhanced Missile-TBM missiles, 200 Patriot Advanced Capability-3 Missile Segment Enhancement missiles, and other equipment and technology to aid in the firing process.The deal also includes communications equipment and technical publications, along with training equipment. Use of the Patriot units will require approximat...
State Department approves $133.3M missile sale to Japan

State Department approves $133.3M missile sale to Japan

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Jan. 10 (UPI) -- The State Department has approved the potential $ 133.3 million foreign military sale of Standard Missile-3 Block IIA missiles to Japan.The deal, announced on Tuesday, is set to provide the government of Japan with four Standard Missile-3 Block IIA missiles, along with four Mk 29 missile canisters, if approved by the U.S. Congress, which has been notified of the potential sale.The contract will also provide U.S. government and contracted technical assistance, along with transportation, engineering and logistics support services, the Pentagon said in a press release.The Raytheon produced Standard Missile-3 Interceptor is a defensive weapon used to destroy short and intermediate-range ballistic missiles. The missiles are fired out of the Mk 29 Sea Sparrow Guided Missile Laun...
Raytheon sale of AMRAAMs to Norway approved by State Department

Raytheon sale of AMRAAMs to Norway approved by State Department

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Nov. 15 (UPI) -- The State Department announced Wednesday the possible foreign military sale of 60 Raytheon-produced AIM-120 C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles, or AMRAAM, and four AMRAAM guidance section spares to the government of Norway.The contract, if approved by Congress, who was notified of the potential sale on Tuesday, will be worth an estimated $ 170 million.Officials at the State Department said the deal will also include "missile containers, weapon system support, support equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, personnel training, training equipment, U.S. Government and contractor engineering, logistics, technical and support services, and other related elements of logistics and program support."On Monday, military and industry le...
Apple shares peak as iPhone X goes on sale in UK

Apple shares peak as iPhone X goes on sale in UK

Business
Apple has shrugged off concerns about production delays on the new iPhone X by reporting a 19% rise in profit to $ 10.7bn (£8.2bn).Revenues were also up by 12% to $ 52.6bn (£40.2bn) in the fourth quarter ending 30 September - an increase of 12% during the same period last year.Analysts on average were expecting total revenue of $ 50.7bn (£38.8bn).Image:Staff high-five customers as the phone goes on sale in Tokyo, JapanThe company's shares rose 4% in after-hours trading on Thursday to hit an all-time high - as its 10th anniversary iPhone X went on sale in the UK on Friday and in many Asian markets, with Apple chief executive Tim Cook reporting "very strong" orders.At a cost of £999, it is Apple's most expensive handset with features including an edge-to-edge screen and a face ID unlocking s