Last night, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a terse, unhappy answer to this question from UBS analyst Steven Milunovich: "Does Apple today have a grand strategy for what you want to do?" Milunovich asked the question two different ways, andShow More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC that "it is hard to estimate" the opportunity of Samsung's Note 7 dilemma, "but we obviously welcome all switchers." His comments came after the release of Apple's quarterly earnings results, where the company slightly beat Wall Street expectations. Show More Summary
Apple can’t make enough iPhone 7 devices to satisfy demand from customers and Wall Street to make more money. During Apple’s Q4 2016 earnings call today, Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri revealed that big things are in the pipeline that should put the company back on track to growth and it all […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple hit its targets in its fiscal fourth quarter, but the stock fell as investors seemed unimpressed with the company. Apple's unit shipments in all its major products — iPhones, iPads and Macs — shrank in the fiscal fourth quarter. But...Show More Summary
During today's fourth quarter 2016 earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked about Siri, artificial intelligence, home assistants vs. mobile assistants, and balancing AI with security, which led to some interesting new insights into...Show More Summary
Apple held its fourth quarter 2016 earnings call this afternoon, where Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked about the Apple Car by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. Cook didn't comment on Apple's plans, of course, and said there's "nothing...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook tiptoed around AT&T’s planned acquisition of Time Warner in his quarterly earnings call with analysts. But he left little doubt that he’s interested in what’s happening — saying television is “of intense interest to me and other people here.” The company has “started focusing on some original content,” Cook says. Show More Summary
Kicking off Apple’s investor conference call following the company’s announcement of quarterly numbers for Q4 2016, Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the quarterly results were strong and near the top of the guidance that Apple provided for the quarter. Show More Summary
Apple's fourth-quarter results for 2016 are in. Here's our live-updating transcript of the call. Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri spoke with analysts during the company's Q4 2016 earnings call. Here's our ongoing live transcript...Show More Summary
Just moments ago, Apple reported its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2016 and now the company is preparing to hold a conference call with investors and reporters to discuss the Typically, Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri give a deeper look into the results, while questions will also be taken from analysts and investors. more… Filed under: Apple
This past summer, the "Pokémon Go" phenomenon gave millions of people their first real taste of augmented reality, or AR — the term for technology that overlays computer graphics over the real world. Apple CEO Tim Cook is a huge fanShow More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Microsoft founder Bill Gates were both on a list of potential vice presidential candidates for Democrat Hillary Clinton, according to a leaked email published on Tuesday by Wikileaks. The email, apparently sent...Show More Summary
A hacked email from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta's email reveals that as well as the usual sampling of politicians, Hillary was considering tech businesspeople like Tim Cook and Bill Gates for the other spot on her ticket. Cook was on a list of 39 potential candidates, the "first cut" of potential VPs. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was on a “first cut of people to consider for VP” list sent to Hillary Clinton according to a stolen email sent by campaign chair John Podesta and published by Wikileaks. Wow, the Clinton campaign seriously considered Bill Ga… Read The post Hillary Clinton Considered Out Apple CEO Tim Cook as Running Mate appeared first on Towleroad.
In one of the WikiLeaks-published Podesta emails allegedly detailing the inner workings of of the Hillary Clinton election campaign, Apple CEO Tim Cook was mentioned as an early possibility for Vice President and was included in a list with Bill Gates, Melinda Gates, and Michael Bloomberg.
As the US Presidential campaign for Hillary Clinton continues to reel from daily deluge of emails released from Campaign Chairman John Podesta via Wikileaks, we’re finding a number of topics related to Apple and specifically its CEO Tim Cook. Today’s installment is probably worth noting. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks has leaked yet another email from Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chairman John Podesta that reveals Apple CEO Tim Cook was among a list of candidates for Vice President of the United States, alongside Microsoft co-founder...Show More Summary
A stolen email leaked by WikiLeaks shows that Apple CEO Tim Cook was on a shortlist for vice president. John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, sent an email in March 2016 discussing a "first cut of people to consider for...Show More Summary
An email stolen from Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, and released by Wikileaks reveals that Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, and Apple CEO Tim Cook were on a list of potential vice-presidential candidates Podesta sent to Clinton. Read more...
With all of the drama surrounding Wikileaks, who would have thought that Apple CEO Tim Cook would somehow find himself in the mix? Based on recently published emails, Philip Elmer-DeWitt over at Apple 3.0 reports that Cook in mid-2015...Show More Summary