Apple head to give keynote speech at US conference

11th May 2001 at 01:00
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer, will give the keynote speech at a key US education conference, the 22nd National Educational Computing Conference in Chicago on June 25. Apple is keen to regain its postion as the top supplier to US education, which it lost to Dell. The company recently bought Powerschool, a web-based service that lets schools record and use pupil data.

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