Getting the hang of Super Mario Run, thanks to Miyamoto-san and his awesome team at Nintendo! pic.twitter.com/gSxU4iQbAv — Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 13, 2016
Ah, to be a fly on the wall in that room. Let's hope Super Mario Run does really well for Nintendo, because I'd love to see what else the Big N and Apple could do together.
On Tuesday night, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook formally accepted his "Ripple of Hope" award from the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, speaking for almost 12 minutes on a variety of hot-button issues.
Early next month, the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization will present Apple CEO Tim Cook with its 2015 Ripple of Hope Award honoring leaders in commitment to social change. Cook has described RFK as a personal hero on multi...
It was announced on Monday that Apple CEO Tim Cook will receive the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization's 2015 "Ripple of Hope" award at a New York ceremony on Dec. 8.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to be honored by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights with the Ripple of Hope award. The award is presented to leaders who promote social change. Cook will receive the award alongside lea...