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Tech Giants Are Investing in This Water-Saving Shower Head

3 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt are among those interested in the product.

Apple CEO Tim Cook makes surprise appearance at Cisco's annual sales conference

In the wake of Apple's newly announced enterprise partnership with Cisco, Chief Executive Tim Cook appeared onstage at Cisco's annual "GSX" Global Sales Experience in front of 20,000 employees to discuss the news.

This Startup Is Reimagining Shower Design, So People Actually Want To Save Water

The unlikely water-saving product has raised more than $2 million on Kickstarter and has drawn investors including Apple CEO Tim Cook. There are a couple of fundamental problems with most low-flow shower heads: People tend to see them as a less pleasant way to take a shower, and they're easy to cheat. Show More Summary

Tim Cook and Eddy Cue Receive Combined $94 Million in Apple Stock

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Senior Vice President Eddy Cue received 560,000 and 350,000 restricted stock units respectively this week, worth a combined $93.8 million based on AAPL's closing price of $103.12 on Monday, according to a pair of filings with the U.S. Show More Summary

Apple's Cook awarded $58M worth of AAPL stock for meeting performance goals, sells none

According to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday acquired 560,000 restricted stock units, split evenly between time- and performance-based awards, worth more than $57 million.

Apple Gets Kid-Glove Treatment After CEO Emails CNBC's Jim Cramer About Its China Business

It doesn't seem likely that an oil company CEO would get the benefit of the doubt Apple CEO Tim Cook received from the press yesterday after he emailed well-known financial commentator and investment adviser Jim Cramer about his company's...Show More Summary

Tim Cook’s email to Jim Cramer may have violated SEC rules, say lawyers

The email Apple CEO Tim Cook sent to CNBC analyst Jim Cramer, and which was read on the air, may have violated Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, according to lawyers speaking to MarketWatch. The regulations are designed to ensure that information that may impact a company’s share price is made available to the public in a fair and […]

10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, GOOG, NFLX, TWTR, MSFT)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know today: 1. Toronto Police held a press conference about the Ashley Madison hack. They revealed details about the hack, and outlined their investigation. 2. Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email to CNBC host Jim Cramer to reassure him that the company was doing OK in China. Show More Summary

Tim Cook stresses the importance of technology in education during new interview

Apple CEO Tim Cook went on ABC's Good Morning America program recently to talk about the company's efforts in expanding educational opportunity. Specifically, Cook talked about the importance of putting the latest technology in schools, and how that can change the way people learn. Show More Summary

Apple's Tim Cook to talk enterprise at BoxWorks cloud storage conference on Sept. 29

Apple CEO Tim Cook will appear on stage for a "fireside" conversation during next month's BoxWorks conference, Box CEO Aaron Levie announced on Monday.

Apple CEO Tim Cook could face SEC scrutiny for violating fair disclosure regulation

A private Monday morning email from Tim Cook to CNBC analyst Jim Cramer --?in which Cook revealed material information about his company's growth in China --?could land the Apple chief in hot water with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Tim Cook refutes China worries, calls Apple's growth 'strong' in rare mid-quarter update

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday issued a rare mid-quarter update on the company's performance, saying Apple is continuing to experience "strong growth" in China as he tried to assuage fears about the impact of the Asian nation's economic slowdown.

News: Apple provides iPads to 114 schools through ConnectED program

In an interview with Good Morning America at Tuskegee Public School in Alabama, Apple CEO Tim Cook touted the company’s participation in the White House’s ConnectED initiative, which has delivered iPads to 114 schools in 29 states. Cook...Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook talks ConnectED education program on Good Morning America

Apple chief Tim Cook made a brief appearance on ABC's Good Morning America on Monday, discussing the company's participation in the White House's ConnectED educational program.

The Apple Watch is far outselling its competitors, according to millions of online shoppers

Apple hasn't revealed any specific numbers for the Apple Watch, such as revenue or unit sales. The watch went on sale April 24, and Apple CEO Tim Cook, as you might expect, has been upbeat about its progress. He said in July when the...Show More Summary

This BMW could be basis for the Apple Car — and we put it to the ultimate test (aapl)

Reports surfaced last month that Apple CEO Tim Cook has visited BMW in Germany to explore the possibility of using the automaker's compact electric "city car," the i3, as the basis for a possible Apple Car. Subsequent reporting suggested that the i3's role in "Project Titan" had been put on hold. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook among first investors in water saving shower head startup Nebia

The makers of a new water conserving shower head can count Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook among their first investors, who took a personal stake in the company after trying the eco-friendly product.

PC Inventor IBM to Babysit Macs for Businesses

IBM CEO Ginn Rometty and Apple CEO Tim Cook. Photo courtesy IBM. Apple and IBM are becoming closer and closer friends. IBM, which is poised to become the largest corporate user of Macs, said today that it’s rolling out a service to help companies integrate Macs into their work environments. Show More Summary

Bigoted Russian Lawmaker: LGBT-Themed Nike Apparel Violates ‘Gay Propaganda’ Ban

last monthLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

He’s previously sought to ban shirtless men in public, “Game of Thrones,” Facebook, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Tom of Finland stamps. Now, notorious Russian bigot Vitaly Milonov is setting his sights on Nike’s annual summertime #B… The post Bigoted Russian Lawmaker: LGBT-Themed Nike Apparel Violates ‘Gay Propaganda’ Ban appeared first on Towleroad.

Apple Watch launches in New Zealand, Turkey, and Russia

The Apple Watch has made its way to three new countries today, officially becoming available for purchase at Apple Stores in New Zealand, Turkey, and Russia. Apple CEO Tim Cook took to celebrate, noting that the company saw a great turnout in Istanbul for the launch: Hello Istanbul! A great turnout for the launch of Apple Watch in Turkey today. Show More Summary

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