Yesterday, we posted Apple CEO Tim Cook getting the ALS ice bucket treatment from Michael Franti. Cook in turn challenged his new employee Dr. Dre. Yesterday Dre accepted the challenge and threw down one of his own. WATCH:
Musk and Apple CEO Tim Cook both made waves on social after drenching themselves to raise awareness for ALS.
Apple CEO Tim Cook loves a good cause and will support one even if it means cooling off the hard way in the dog days of summer. Following this week’s challenge by Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller, Apple’s chief executive answered the call last night and participated in the viral trend of getting ice water […]
The celebrity and business world has been swept up in taking the ALS ice bucket challenge, and the latest entrant in the star-packed list of challenge takers is Apple CEO Tim Cook In a video posted by Apple on Thursday, Cook is shown...Show More Summary
The insanely popular “Ice Bucket Challenge” is really starting to make the rounds among people with fame and fortune. The challenge, which was created to raise money to find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), states that when a person is nominated to participate in the challenge, they have 24 hours to record and […]
The insanely popular “Ice Bucket Challenge” is really starting to make the rounds among people with fame and fortune. The challenge, which was created to raise money for ALS research, states that when a person is nominated to participate in the challenge, they have 24 hours to record and post themselves dumping a bucket of […]
After our own Rene Ritchie took the ice bucket challenge to raise money and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Apple CEO Tim Cook did the same with a bucket of ice pouring down him at a company event. In addition to Cook, Apple marketing head Phil Schiller also participated in the challenge at a separate beach location. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook today took the "Ice Bucket Challenge," which is designed to raise awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, also commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. The challenge asks people to pour buckets of ice water over their heads (documented on film and shared on social media sites) and then tag three friends to do the same. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook accepted marketing chief Phil Schiller's call to undertake the "ice bucket challenge" to raise awareness and money for the ALS Association, an activity that recently gained popularity in Silicon Valley.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took up his marketing chief’s call to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for ASL during the company’s beer bash earlier tonight. During the party, which is part of Apple’s week of diversity-focused events, Cook took the stage to have a bucket of ice-cold water poured over his […]
Apple's CEO Tim Cook is the latest notable person to undertake the Ice Bucket Challenge, and doused himself with icy water in the name of charity at a company event earlier today. The challenge was created to raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Schiller challenged Cook as part of his run;
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook published a message alongside the company's diversity statistics saying that he's "not happy" with its numbers. Like many tech companies, Apple is prominantly white and male. However, when compared alongside...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook made good on his promise to update the world on Apple’s range of diversity across its global workforce. “At Apple,” Cook writes, “our 98,000 employees share a passion for products that change people’s lives, and from the very earliest days we have known that diversity is critical to our […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook is following up on their splashy video on diversity from earlier this summer with some hard and apparently disappointing numbers. A human resources report from Apple shows that 55% of employees are white, and 70% are male. Show More Summary
Following Apple CEO Tim Cook’s announcement last month that the company would begin provide diversity data, today the company has released its first report. While disclosing numbers on the gender and ethnicity of its employees, CEO Tim Cook also published a letter alongside the report on the company’s website (full version below). In the letter, Cook […]
The world was shocked last night at the news of the passing of actor/comedian Robin Williams. Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter to express his sadness: Heartbroken by the news of Robin Williams' passing. He was an incomparable talent and a great...
Former Apple executive Jean-Louis Gass é e has offered a detailed critique and solution for Apple's crowded App Store, according to Cult of Mac. In an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Gass é e, who worked at Apple Computer from 1981 to 1990, highlights the issue of app discoverability in the App Store. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has expressed his sympathies with the people of Yunnan, China, after a major earthquake hit the region last week. Almost 600 people have died as a result of the quake so far, and, with 230,000 people having been evacuated. Show More Summary
In an email to employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared his “deepest sympathies” to the people of Yunnan, China after the region was struck by a disastrous earthquake this past weekend. The earthquake took the lives of 589 people and caused the relocation of over 200,000 people, according to reports. Team, Our deepest sympathies go […]
If you believe the doom-and-gloom Apple pundits, the company has lost its ability to innovate. Last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook promised new products in 2014, but we've now made it through most of the year without much beyond some minor upgrades to Macs. Show More Summary