Apple CEO Tim Cook is joining in on a long list of celebs, activists, and execs to take a stand opposing Indiana’s new anti-gay bill. Indiana’s Governor Pence signed SB 101 into law on Thursday, disappointing many, including gay activist George Takei, who is asking the people to boycott the state. Show More Summary
Cook urges Arkansas governor to reject a similar anti-gay measure in his state
Business tycoon-philanthropists Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have some new company: Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook.
So many millions of dollars, so little time! Apple CEO Tim Cook, who took over for Steve Jobs, recently revealed that he plans to do good things with his ca$$$h! [ Related: Current Apple CEO Tim Cook Offered An Ill Steve Jobs Part Of His Liver ] Cook is worth $112 million, and has another $665 million in [...]
Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted his opposition to the rise of anti-LGBT laws passing through state legislatures across the country.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday stood in opposition to a new Indiana law that allows businesses in the state to legally discriminate against gays and lesbians, while calling on Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson to veto a similar measure that is set to hit his desk.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Twitter today shared Apple’s opposition to a controversial new law in Indiana while calling on the governor of Arkansas to veto legislation before it becomes law. Both laws relate to religious freedom protection but have been criticized as enabling LGBT discrimination. Apple joined a crowd of companies publicly opposing similar legislation passed by […]
Brynn Anderson/APApple CEO Tim Cook SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple CEO Tim Cook is joining a long list of magnates promising to give away most of the wealth that they amass during their careers. Cook mentioned his intentions in a story about him published Thursday by Fortune magazine. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday responded to the new law passed in Indiana on Thursday, which shields business owners from facing legal consequences should they refuse to serve customers that violate their religious beliefs — for example, members of the gay and lesbian community. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook today sent out a series of Tweets condemning Indiana Governor Mike Pence's decision to sign a controversial "religious freedom" bill into law, saying Apple is "deeply disappointed" in the move and "open for everyone." Apple is open for everyone. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is joining a cluster of executives planning to give away the majority of their wealth to charity.
This is probably not what Steve Jobs would do. In an interview with Fortune's Adam Lashinsky this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that he will give away his Apple fortune — at least $700 million — before he dies. The only direct contribution...Show More Summary
Aside from paying for his nephew's college education, Cook has pledged to give away what is believed to be close to a billion dollars. Apple CEO Tim Cook is donating his entire fortune to charity. Well, minus his nephew's college education, that is. Show More Summary
Apple CEO, Tim Cook will donate $785 million dollars to charity while he is still living. The successful businessman will reportedly first handle his nephew’s college expenses and then give the remainder of the millions to various charities. Show More Summary
Tim Cook has big plans for his vast wealth: It's all going to philanthropy, he revealed in a Fortune interview. The Apple CEO -- who's currently worth around $112 million, and holds restricted stock that could be worth up to $665 million -- said he's...
In a lengthy profile for Fortune magazine, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed he will be donating nearly all of his multi-million dollar fortune to charity: To Cook, changing the world always has been higher on Apple’s agenda than making money....
(Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth. Fortune magazine cited the head of the world's largest technology corporation as saying he planned to donate hisShow More Summary
It's literally groundbreaking
Fortune Magazine is out with its second annual list of the "world's greatest leaders," and it includes a number of usual suspects: Apple CEO Tim Cook (No. 1), Pope Francis (No. 4) and Bill and Melinda Gates (No. 18). Also featured are 13 CEOs, three heads of state, three central bankers or finance ministers, and two leaders in […]
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