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Apple CEO Tim Cook criticized Microsoft's Surface, calling it a confusing product. But is Apple now thinking of launching a larger tablet, too?
Whenever his company is criticized for setting up elaborate overseas tax shelters, Apple CEO Tim Cook usually replies that his company is playing within the rules and is paying all the taxes the law requires it to pay. However, an unnamed...Show More Summary
According to The Wall Street Journal, Japan is now Apple's fastest growing market. It isn't all that surprising, considering we've heard Apple CEO Tim Cook state that Asia is a huge growth opportunity for the company and its products. Show More Summary
Carl Icahn told CNBC he had a “good conversation” with Apple CEO Tim Cook, and both believe that the company’s stock remains undervalued. Apple’s Cook told Icahn that he’s still studying Icahn’s proposal to buy back $150 billion worth...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s op-ed last weekend in the Wall Street Journal may have helped. Cook showed himself to be an ardent supporter of The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which finally came to a vote on Thursday in the Senate. Lawmakers passed the bill, which aims to eliminate workplace discrimination against LGBT individuals. The Employment […]
The United States Senate has approved the anti-discrimination bill that Apple CEO Tim Cook endorsed in an Op-Ed earlier this week. In a 64-32 vote, the Senate voted to pass the Employment Nondiscrimation Act today, sending the legislation to the U.S. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned at the earnings call that the company is expecting strong sales of the new iPad Air, and it seems that has come to pass. Carriers are reporting that the weekend iPad sales were pretty impressive, and even better than the iPad launch last fall. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook had some words to say in a column on The Wall Street Journal. CNN reports that Tim Cook is pressing for the successful passage of a federal law that protects workers from discrimination based on their sexual orientation. Show More Summary
Apple CEO and the most powerful gay man in the world Tim Cook is urging Congress to pass the Employment Nondiscrimination Act (ENDA) in an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal. In a piece titled “Workplace Equality Is Good For Business,” Cook writes eloquently not about his own life, but about the values that Apple’s workplace […]
"Apple's anti-discrimination policy goes beyond the legal protections U.S. workers currently enjoy under federal law, most notably because we prohibit discrimination against Apple's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees. A bill now before the U.S. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has written a short opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal in support of the Employment Nondiscrimination Act. The proposed legislation would protect employees against discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Show More Summary
Cook says a federal law that mirror's Apple's workplace equality policy is necessary to foster success among all employees. read more
Apple's CEO lobbies for the passage of a new US law to help ensure a "safe and welcoming workplace for all employees, regardless of their race, gender, nationality or sexual orientation," in a bold and unusual Wall Street Journal guest editorial.
On Sunday evening, the Apple CEO encouraged the passing of a bill banning discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender. Sunday night, the Wall Street Journal published an opinion piece by Apple CEO Tim Cook, which urged the Senate to pass the Employment Nondiscrimination Act. Show More Summary
Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now When it comes to banning discrimination against workers based on their gender and sexual orientation, Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook argues the U.S. should be more like Appl...
Apple CEO Tim Cook has written an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal urging Congress to pass ENDA. After highlighting Apple's non-discrimination policy and emphasizing that it is great for business, Cook writes, in part: We urge senators to support...
Apple CEO Tim Cook implored Congress on Sunday to support a bill that would ban workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Cook, writing in the Wall Street Journal, said that long before he became head of...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an open letter in The Wall Street Journal Sunday night, encouraging the Senate to pass a bill that would ban discrimination against gays, lesbians, and transgender people in the workplace. The Senate will likely vote on the law this week. Show More Summary
Happy Monday! Let's get the first full week of November started off right with some tech news. Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an open letter to the Senate urging it to pass legislation that would ban discrimination of gays, lesbians, and transgender people in the workplace. Show More Summary