Apparently, coffee with Apple CEO Tim Cook is a big deal. Even bigger, perhaps, than a new 2013 Lamborghini.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is pressing gadget companies like Apple and Google over what they can do to help prevent handheld device theft, reports Bloomberg. In a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, he wrote, "I seek to understand...Show More Summary
ByUnbigoted Research: There are numerous opinions - some even incredulous - as to why Apple (AAPL) shares have recently been peeled back from their 52-week high of $705 into the $400's. One proposed reason? Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has an unfortunate case of bad juju: Stay Home, Tim Cook. Show More Summary
It's nice to see people in a power position in the valley give up their time for charitable causes. Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, recently offered up his time for probably the most expensive cup of coffee ever, to benefit The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights. The current top bid is a whopping $605K, and the auction ends in two days if you've got the cash to donate.
Apple's World Wide Developers Conference is just a month away, and the company has often used that event to launch new products. Accordingly, the Apple rumor mill is beginning to heat up. While Apple CEO Tim Cook recently dropped hints...Show More Summary
That fits both with Apple CEO Tim Cook's announcement during the company's recent earnings call that Apple would not bring out any new products until the fall, and with recent rampant rumors of new iPhone models.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) made it real clear last year when CEO Tim Cook paid multiple visits to China that China would be a very important market in which Apple would strongly desire improved market share. However, the company’s executives were not dumb people – they knew that there is a certain level of nationalistic pride [...]
Apple’s chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer is doing quite well for himself these days… even better than Apple CEO Tim Cook. According to the most recent industry data compiled by Bloomberg, Oppenheimer is now the highest paid chief financial officer in the world. Last year, Apple’s finance boss was compensated $69 million. Apple’s strong financial [...]
What’s been the biggest surprise in earnings season thus far? In my view, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Tim Cook stole the show when his company announced plans to issue debt in order to return a greater amount of capital to shareholders. Prior to the earnings announcement, the Silicon Valley giant received copious amounts of criticism [...]
Some Apple-watchers have claimed recently that Apple CEO Tim Cook may be on the chopping block if the company's results don't improve soon. However, he deserves a little more time.
At this time last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook was sitting on top of the world. Apple had just reported results that blew by expectations for two consecutive quarters, culminating in the company's stratospheric gross margin of 47.4% for the quarter that ended in March 2012. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be interviewed on opening night to kick off All Things D’s D11 Conference, which runs from May 28-30. All Things D notes there’s “lots to talk about,” including mobile market growth, competition from Samsung and Android, changes at Apple, and new products in the pipeline. Show More Summary
In Apple’s latest earnings call, CEO Tim Cook was suddenly equivocal about whether or not Apple would do an iPhone with a larger display. “Our competitors have made some significant tradeoffs in many of these areas to ship a larger display,” Cook said on the earnings call. “We would not ship a larger display iPhone [...]Show More Summary
Charity events can take all types of forms, but one of the best covered in recent memory is the auction of a coffee date with Apple CEO Tim Cook. As the price of the event rises, it promises to be one of the most expensive cups of java on record. Show More Summary
Next month, Apple CEO Tim Cook will return for the annual conference put on by All Things D – D11. which will kick off May 28th. Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg of AllThingsD announced Tuesday that Cook will open the D11 conference. Cook provided his first major interview as the CEO of Apple during D10 [...]
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the opening night speaker at the 11th D: All Things Digital conference next month. Last year, Cook joined hosts Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg for a 100-minute session that covered a wide variety of topics. There’s...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will make a repeat appearance at All Things D’s D11 conference next month. It will be Cook’s second appearance at the tech conference — he previously... Keep reading ?
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been confirmed to appear at the D11: All Things Digital conference in May, following up on his debut in 2012 by kicking off this year's proceedings with an opening night interview.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be interviewed on opening-night of AllThingsD‘s D11 conference in May. Cook’s interview with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg will be his second as the Apple CEO spoke at the conference last year as well. The conference runs in California from May 28th until May 30th. (Image via ATD).
Apple CEO Tim Cook said on the company’s March-quarter earnings call that smartphone vendors have made too many “tradeoffs” with the user experience on handsets with large displays, and he has no interest in making similar sacrifices...Show More Summary