Mr. Cook is going to Washington. Apple CEO Tim Cook will testify before Congress Tuesday about the company's approximately $100 billion held overseas — more than double the estimated $45 billion it keeps in the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations Chairman Sen. Show More Summary
Last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple was bringing production of an existing Mac line to the US. Cook shared some additional details on the project in an interview with Politco that was published yesterday. Besides being assembled in the US, many of the components will be produced in the US. Show More Summary
Earlier this week we reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook is slated to testify at an upcoming Senate hearing focusing on the offshore tax practices of American corporations. As it stands now, Apple currently has over $100 billion holed up overseas that it's hesitant to repatriate due to less than ideal U.S. Show More Summary
In his interview with Politico earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some additional details about the new Mac model that will be manufactured in the United States when it is announced later this year. Cook said that not only will...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday revealed that the first Mac to built completely in the U.S. in almost two decades will be a new model in an existing product line, shedding a bit more light on the company's "Made in U.S.A" plans.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, in a break from his predecessor, is giving a number of interviews to Washington press outlets ahead of his appearance in front of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation next week. Washington newspaperShow More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken out on the company’s tax practices prior to his scheduled testimony at a Senate hearing next Tuesday. Under pressure over Apple keeping more than $100 Billion in money overseas, Cook told Politico that the company has acted legally. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is going to appear before Congress next week to talk about its overseas profits, cash, and taxation. Ahead of his appearance, Cook is doing a round of interviews with political reporters to lay the groundwork for what he'll be speaking about. Show More Summary
Political is reporting that Tim Cook is set to testify at a Senate hearing next week that is investigating the offshore tax practices of American corporations: Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to testify at the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation's hearing Tuesday, POLITICO has learned. Apple has been under fire for its tax practices. Show More Summary
Apple has fallen under plenty of scrutiny for storing a majority of its $100+ billion cash horde overseas to avoid paying U.S. corporate taxes, the highest tax rate in the world. Now Apple CEO Tim Cook has been summoned to speak at a Senate hearing next week as part of an investigation into the offshore [...]Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will testify in front of the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation next week, Politico is reporting. The subcommittee is attached to the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. The hearing, titled "Offshore Profit Shifting and the U.S. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will reportedly give testimony to the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation pertaining to how the company deals with taxes, a much debated topic as Apple is thought to have about $100 billion in offshore funds.
MacRumors reports that a charity auction to have a 30-60 minute coffee date with Apple CEO Tim Cook has ended. The winning bid of $610,000 was placed by an as-yet unidentified bidder who participated under the name "as." That better...
Politico reports today that it has learned Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to testify at a Senate hearing next week related to an investigation into the offshore tax practices of the company: Apple has been under fire for its tax practices. The company recently avoided paying as much as $9.2 billion in taxes by […]
A mystery bidder has shelled out more than half a million dollars to win an a charity auction for an audience with Apple CEO Tim Cook. On Tuesday afternoon, bidding for a 30-60 minute chat with Cook over coffee closed at online-auction site Charitybuzz. Show More Summary
How much would you pay to win a coffee date with Apple CEO Tim Cook? CNN Newsource reports one anonymous bidder wanted the meeting so badly that he paid $610,000 in a Charitybuzz auction – way more than the $90,000 it was initially going for on Apr. Show More Summary
It turns out that the desire to speak with Apple CEO Tim Cook, along with $610,000, will buy you a cup of coffee. That's the winning bid offered in a charity auction for up to an hour of Cook's time.
The charity auction to score a coffee date in Cupertino with Apple CEO Tim Cook has closed, and the winning bid ended up being $610,00. Yes, that’s more than a half million dollars for an hour of Cook’s time. The estimated price was originally $50,000. After 86 bids that quickly sent the auction into the [...]Show More Summary
A charity auction for an hour's worth of coffee talk with Tim Cook closed on Tuesday, as the winning bid reached a lofty $610,000 for the one-on-one time with the Apple executive.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is going on perhaps one of the most expensive coffee runs ever. His CharityBuzz auction has just ended and the winning bid was $610,000. To put... Keep reading ?