The Original Macintosh Turns 30: $2,495 in 1984

Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Jobs unveiled the first Macintosh computer 30 years ago today, helping to usher in the modern era of personal computing. Though Apple's growth mostly comes from sales of mobile devices these days, the Macintosh brand helped set Apple on the path to becoming the world's most valuable company, with a market cap larger than Microsoft and Amazon combined. Here's a look at 30 years of Macintosh. (Source: Bloomberg)

The Rise of South Korea's 'U-Turn Freshmen'
06:18 - South Korea has some of the most highly educated people in the world. More than half have a degree, and yet, the future is looking grim. Jobs are increasingly scarce, and youth unemployment is setting unwanted records. Bloomberg's Shery Ahn reports from Seoul. (Source: Bloomberg)
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