Shortly after the Charleston shooting, Apple CEO Tim Cook joined those calling for the elimination of the Confederate flag. “Let us honor [the victims’] lives,” he wrote on Twitter, “by eradicating racism & removing the symbols & words that feed it.” This being Twitter, he offered no explanation of how he thought we could achieve such change. Show More Summary
Tech leaders in Silicon Valley are speaking out about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that says same-sex marriage is "the law of the land." One of the first reactions came from Tim Cook. The Apple CEO, who is gay, has long been a public...Show More Summary
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favor of marriage equality in all 50 states, and Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook praised the landmark decision by recalling his company's famous "Crazy Ones" quote, co-written by his late, close friend Steve Jobs.
Apple CEO Tim Cook shared his thoughts on the Supreme Court's decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide on Twitter following the ruling on Friday. "Today marks a victory for equality, perseverance and love," he wrote. He also quoted the late CEO and co-founder of Apple Steve Jobs about changing the world. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is reportedly on the list to make a return appearance at this year's Sun Valley conference in Idaho next month, where media and tech moguls meet broker deals and
Apple CEO Tim Cook has once again been invited to the high profile Sun Valley conference this year, Variety reports, where media moguls and tech industry leaders gather annually to meet and attend panels covering the business. Cook’s attendance this year will mark his fourth consecutive year on the private invitation roster since he was spotted […]
Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on Apple CEO Tim Cook's veiled swipe at rivals Google and Facebook over privacy.
Apple has promoted Lisa Jackson, moving her from lead on environmental issues to the company's head of policy. In a memo to employees today, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Lisa Jackson, who was the former head of the Environmental...Show More Summary
Apple's recent obsession with gold-colored versions of its products is indeed a response to preferences in China. Apple CEO Tim Cook told Bloomberg Businessweek that the company takes Chinese tastes into consideration when releasingShow More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently confirmed China's integral part in the company's decision to pursue a gold design option in many of its devices. Speaking with a Chinese-language version of Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook stated that the addition...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple’s product designs are influenced by China’s consumer tastes, Bloomberg reports. As many have already suggested, the decision to release a gold iPhone last year was a reflection of that color’s popularity among Chinese users, Cook told the Chinese edition of Bloomberg Businessweek. Show More Summary
iPhone colors are chosen by the preferences exhibited by Chinese customers according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. During an interview with the Chinese edition of Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook said the company is regularly attempting to cater to... Read more The post Apple iPhone Colors Are Chosen Based On Chinese Consumer Interest appeared first on Business Pundit.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said in an interview that the company uses Chinese tastes to decide on which iPhone colours to release. Cook was interviewed by the Chinese edition of Bloomberg Businessweek, and spoke about catering the company's products to Chinese tastes. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is likely to keep his promises on user privacy, said whistleblower and ex-National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, commenting by video during a Wednesday conference in Barcelona, Spain. He cautioned however that people should be willing to abandon Apple if it backtracks.
At this years’ WWDC keynote event Apple CEO, Tim Cook, used Steve Jobs’ famous “one more thing” phrase to announce Apple Music. The company had long been rumored to be working on a music streaming service after acquiring Beats Music for $3 billion. Just like most Apple products, Apple Music isn’t the first of its kind in the market. Apps like... Read More
Apple CEO Tim Cook received complains directly from at least two retail employees regarding Apple’s bag search policies, Reuters reports. The Apple retail store policy of checking employees’ bags is at the center of a 2013 lawsuit alleging...Show More Summary
According to court documents unsealed on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook received personal emails from Apple Store employees regarding bag check policies instituted for security purposes, calling the searches embarrassing and demeanin...
During Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple CEO Tim Cook offered to pay off a playful "ransom note" composed by members of the Cleveland Indians baseball team — a list that mostly consisted of demands for Apple products But...Show More Summary
GM has announced that Cadillac’s 2016 models will include Apple’s CarPlay for in-car iPhone integration. The company announced in May that 2016 Chevy models will also support CarPlay. Apple CEO Tim Cook has said “every major car brand” is committed to supporting CarPlay in some fashion. During Monday’s WWDC keynote, Apple announced wireless CarPlay would be coming to iOS 9....
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