President-elect Donald Trump said that Apple CEO Tim Cook "loves this country" and that he's "got his eyes open" to US-based manufacturing, in an interview with Axios' Mike Allen published on Wednesday. Trump repeatedly talked aboutShow More Summary
In an interview with Axios, President-Elect Trump apparently said that Apple CEO Tim Cook is open to building the iPhone in the US. This would represent a major coup for Trump, whose big policy statements thus far have mostly been about...Show More Summary
DAVOS, Switzerland — Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco, attended President-elect Donald Trump's December tech summit at Trump Tower. Almost all of Silicon Valley's heavy hitters were there, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Facebook COO Sheryl...Show More Summary
AirPods are selling well! Must be bad news for Apple. Also must be Tuesday. Writing for Seeking Alpha, Nikhil Gupta wonders aloud, “Did Apple’s Airpods Strategy Backfire?” Did it?! (Spoiler: No, it did not.) Apple CEO Tim Cook had said...Show More Summary
Last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly told Apple employees that the company planned to start moving into its new $5 billion Campus 2 in January, 2017. But right now, the campus is still a work in progress. Although landscaping and...Show More Summary
Apple will do something with Augmented Reality. That’s not rumor or innuendo. Apple CEO Tim Cook repeatedly expressed his strong interest in the technology over the more isolating virtual reality over the last 12 months. Apple acquired an AR company over a year ago. Show More Summary
It’s tough to remember a time before the iPhone, which ushered in the smartphone era and radically transformed our lives. A decade ago, on Jan. 9, 2007, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off a touchscreen “iPod, phone, and internet communicator” at the Macworld Expo. Show More Summary
The device saw a huge spike in online sales over Cyber Weekend, particularly on Black Friday. The device saw a huge spike in online sales over Cyber Weekend, particularly on Black Friday. Apple CEO Tim Cook promised big Apple Watch Sales during the holiday season, and new data from Slice Intelligence suggests that the company delivered. Read Full Story
Apple CEO Tim Cook received less pay in 2016 as a result of the company missing revenue and profit goals. In a new filing with the SEC, Apple revealed that other top executives also got less compensation for 2016 as well. Cook only took home $8.7 million last year after being paid $10.2 million in […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple missed its sales and profit goals in 2016 and that means a pay cut for CEO Tim Cook and other executives. Cook saw his pay cut by about 15%. Video provided by TheStreet
Every year, Apple CEO Tim Cook gets a cash bonus, the size of which depends entirely on how well the company performed. In 2014, he got a cool $6.7 million. Not bad. After a bumper 2015, this soared to $8 million. But sadly, 2016 hasn’t been as strong, and this performance bonus has been slashed to ‘just’ $5.3 million. Show More Summary
Cook still did extremely well, with a compensation package valued at $8.7 million for Apple's fiscal year that ended Sept. 24, according to a regulatory filing made Friday. The iPhone triggered a revolution in mobile computing and became...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s total compensation took a dive for 2016, as the company missed its financial targets for the year. The company’s earnings for the year to Sept. 24 dropped 14 percent compared to a year earlier. As a result, Cook’s...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and other members of Apple’s executive team have received less compensation in 2016 as a result of revenue and profit goals for the year being missed, the Wall Street Journal reports. In its regulatory filing fromShow More Summary
The New York Post summed up Cook's and Apple's terrible year last week. And it really was terrible. The most recent evidence [of Apple's terrible year] came Friday, with a report from Nikkei, the Japanese news agency, that Apple wil...
Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top executives at the company were paid less in 2016 for missing performance targets, Apple disclosed on Friday. The company's top brass took home a combined 89.5% of their potential cash incentive payouts for the year. Show More Summary
Apple's CEO received a bit of a pay cut thanks to a policy tying some executive compensation to company performance. Apple CEO Tim Cook, along with other named company executives, saw a bit of a pay cut in 2016 as a result of Apple underperforming financially throughout the year. Show More Summary
Cook declined to talk to politicians about Apple's Irish tax affairs.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has declined an invitation to attend a tax committee in Ireland looking into the company's affairs — a decision that has seen him branded as "disrespectful to the Irish people." As the Irish Times reports, the Irish...Show More Summary
Irish politicians are accusing Apple CEO Tim Cook of snubbing the country's legislature, and by association the entirety of Ireland, by declining an invitation to answer questions about the European Union's recent tax ruling.