According to Carl Icahn, Apple stock is severly undervalued. Forbes is reporting that Icahn, son Brett and colleague David Schechter have sent an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook that Apple stock is undervalued. Icahn feel the stock should be at $240 per share. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly told employees that the Apple Watch should still be arriving in retail stores in June. Reiterating comments from Angela Ahrendts last month, Tim Cook reportedly told employees that the Apple Watch would be coming to Apple Stores in June, though he did not specify a date for the launch. Show More Summary
There's been some drama surrounding activist hedge fund investor Carl Icahn and his considerable (~$6.8 billion) stake in Apple. On Monday, Icahn published a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook and argued that the stock was worth $240 per share. Show More Summary
During his trip last week across China, Apple CEO Tim Cook held a meeting at Apple’s China headquarters with several employees in attendance, according to sources with knowledge of the briefing. Cook reportedly reiterated several recent...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Salesforce founder Marc Benioff ask collegians to be bold and give back.
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know today. 1. Carl Icahn published a new open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook. In it, he says that Apple shares are worth $240. 2. Barack Obama now has his own Twitter account. He's using an iPhone to tweet. Show More Summary
Despite superstar investor Carl Icahn's best guess, Apple gave up on any plans to make its own television as long ago as last year, according to a Wall Street Journal report. In an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook today, Icahn wrote...Show More Summary
Earlier today, investor Carl Icahn published an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook in which he predicted that Apple would enter the television market with 55-inch and 65-inch UHD TVs. This evening, however, The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple currently has no plans to enter the highly competitive TV market. The report claims […]
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has posted a new open letter to Tim Cook, outlining his expectations and hopes for Apple going forward. Investor Carl Icahn has published a new open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, in which he outlines his expectations for Apple's performance and future plans. Show More Summary
Oh yeah, and George Wallace, Alabama's ex-governor, was a wrong'un Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed that Steve Jobs' vision of the fruity firm's products conquering the world has been a success, while highlighting how smartphones help tackle injustices.…
High-profile investor and AAPL shareholder Carl Icahn has published yet another open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, this time giving his thoughts on new product categories that he expects Apple to enter alongside his usual advice for the company on share repurchases, valuation, and more. As for his product predictions, Icahn highlights two new […]
Carl Icahn thinks Apple shares are worth $240. In an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook published on Monday, Icahn argues that shares of the iPhone maker are worth $240, about 90% more than they are trading at today. On Monday, shares...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook gave an excellent commencement speech to the 2015 graduating class at George Washington University this weekend. While it includes some powerful points – meeting segregationist governor George Wallace, Cook’s youthful admiration for Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at George Washington University on Sunday to give a commencement speech to graduating students. Cook spoke about Martin Luther King, Jr, working with Steve Jobs, and meeting President Jimmy Carter. But Cook couldn't resist making a little joke aimed at the people in the audience who were using Android phones. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to start off the week. 1. Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a commencement speech to the graduating class of George Washington University on Sunday. He talked about what it was like to work with Steve Jobs. Show More Summary
During his commencement address at George Washington University Apple CEO Tim Cook told graduates to follow their own Northstar, reminding there need not be a choice between "doing good and doing well."
It was one part motivational speech and another part Apple marketing pitch
Apple CEO Tim Cook shared photos from China and wisdom for the graduating class at George Washington University. The photos come from Tim Cook's recent visit to Apple Stores in Xidan Joy City and West Lake in Hangzhou, as well as the Elementary School at Communication University in China. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook urged graduating George Washington University students to follow their values and find a job that helps them do good in a commencement speech delivered Sunday. Cook talked of justice and injustice in a speech that paid homage to Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary
Apple chief executive Tim Cook delivered the commencement address to the graduating class of George Washington University today.