Apple CEO Tim Cook may be furious about the EU's attempt to outlaw a ruse that Apple used to avoid tax payments, but the company has told investors that it won't have any near-term impact on its profits or even its tax rates.
Open letter posted by Apple CEO Tim Cook, Aug. 30, 2016: Thirty-six years ago, long before introducing iPhone, iPod or even the Mac, Steve Jobs established Apple’s first operations in Europe. At the time, the company knew that in order...
Apple CEO Tim Cook penned a sharply worded response to the European Commission's ruling Tuesday morning that his company would need to repay $14.5 billion in taxes, again wading in to an exceedingly complex and highly charged political issue with a public and direct open letter to Apple's customers and shareholders. In the letter, addressed to "the Apple […]
Tim Cook has rejected the EU’s demand for Apple to return $14.5 billion in ‘unpaid’ taxes in Ireland as having “no basis in fact or law.” Read More
Apple CEO Tim Cook has published a message on the company's website after being ordered to pay back €13 billion (£11.1 billion, $14.5 billion) in taxes. In the message, Cook blasts the European Commission for attempting to "rewrite Apple's...Show More Summary
Apple could owe billions in back taxes
In a letter to customers, Apple CEO Tim Cook insisted that the company has followed all international laws and would fight a ruling by the European Commission that it owes $14.5 billion to the government of Ireland. “The European Commission has launched an effort to rewrite Apple’s history in Europe, ignore Ireland’s tax laws and upend […]
Running the world's most valuable company can be very lucrative. Apple CEO Tim Cook unlocked 1.26 million shares of Apple stock — worth $135 million — last week as part of a stock-compensation plan enacted when he became CEO in 2011,...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook suggests that the company is investigating the possibilities of virtual reality and augmented reality. Here's an explanation of what the technology is, how Apple could adopt it, and how it could be practically implemented in a user's daily life.
On this week's episode of MashTalk, the Mashable Tech team talks about a wide range of things happening in the tech world from Android to VR to McDonald's (yes, Mickey D's) to Apple CEO Tim Cook. I'm joined this week by our Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff and for the first time by our tech analyst and editor Adario Strange. Show More Summary
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook this week received 1.26 million shares of Apple stock, valued around $135 million, that previously were restricted.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is taking advantage of the monstrous bonus he unlocked on his fifth anniversary at the helm of Apple by selling 334,000 shares for a big payday. Priced between $107.21 to $107.69 per share, the stock dump netted Cook more than $35 million. Not a bad bonus for the most powerful man […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
After receiving a sizable bonus of vested restricted stock units for five years of success as Apple's CEO, Tim Cook on Wednesday cashed in nearly a third of his existing stock cache for a $35.8 million payday.
Hillary Clinton mingled with Hall of Fame basketball player Magic Johnson and Apple CEO Tim Cook.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) — Hillary Clinton mingled with Hall of Fame basketball player Magic Johnson and Apple CEO Tim Cook, vamped in a photo booth with actor Justin Timberlake and dined with some of California's richest families on what was likely the most lucrative fundra...
We reported last month that Apple CEO Tim Cook was to host a political fundraiser for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, and the event took place last night. Apple’s environmental initiatives VP Lisa Jackson – a board member of...Show More Summary
(AP) — Hillary Clinton mingled with Hall of Fame basketball player Magic Johnson and Apple CEO Tim Cook, vamped in a photo booth with actor Justin Timberlake and dined with some of California's richest families on what was likely the...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton mingled with Hall of Fame basketball player Magic Johnson and Apple CEO Tim Cook, vamped in a photo booth with actor Justin Timberlake and dined with some of California's richest families on what was likely the most lucrative fundraising swing of her presidential campaign. … Click to Continue »
Last month, invitations went out for a fundraiser for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton hosted by Apple CEO Tim Cook and Apple environmental head Lisa Jackson. That fundraiser is tonight, Wednesday, at a location in the...Show More Summary
On August 24th, 2011, Tim Cook took the job as CEO of Apple, leaving many wondering if he could fill the massive void left by his friend and mentor, Steve Jobs. Today, five years later to the day, Apple is the most valuable company in...Show More Summary