View Full Version : Esquire names Apple's Jonathan Ive to America's "Best and Brightest" list

Nov 5, 2002, 10:34 PM
Jonathan Ive, Apple's vice president of design, is among the 43 innovators Esquire magazine has named to its "Best and Brightest" list of emerging leaders who are "reshaping our world." For more than a year, Esquire editors researched, interviewed, discussed, and identified scores of pioneers who are "blazing the trail to a better world." Others cited in the issue are Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley, CEOs David Neeleman (JetBlue) and Ed Breen (Tyco), NASA's Mars specialist Dave Lavery, and genetic scientist Eugene Chan. The full list and profiles of each of its members will appear in a special issue of the magazine, on sale November 7.

Nov 5, 2002, 10:42 PM
woah that was a fast move, I thought this should go in Current Events, but played it safe and stuck it in General Mac, sorry though. Someone around here is damn quick......

Nov 6, 2002, 05:51 PM
Also in related territory, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been named as one of this year's "Design Champions" in the 10th Annual Chrysler Design Awards. The award will be presented to six individuals who have "consistently championed seminal works of architecture and design, and significantly influenced the culture of design in America." The awards will be presented on November 12 in New York.

Nov 7, 2002, 04:04 PM
Glad to see that Apple is getting the recognition that it deserves!

Go Steve! Go Jonathan! :)

Nov 8, 2002, 10:18 PM
Oh god, I am starting to see things... I saw 'Esquire' in the title
and my mind automatically though 'Enrique Eglesias' for some odd
reason. So, I clicked on it wondering what the hell was happening
and got dissapointed. Well, that is great for Jonathan Ives. I
hope he continues to think up amazing things.