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 24, 2011, Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs as the permanent CEO of Apple. He's been in charge ever since. So how's he doing after five years? Apple's earnings report for the quarter that ended on June 30 beat Wall Street's expectations, sending the stock up about 7% after-hours. Show More Summary
“Apple will be fine.” That’s what I wrote five years ago this Wednesday when Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, then in ill health, reluctantly stepped down as and handed over the reins to COO Tim Cook. It was Aug. 24, 2011. Cook was largely unknown to the public until 2009, when he temporarily replaced Steve Jobs as chief executive. Show More Summary
Jan Dawson: This week marks the fifth anniversary of Tim Cook’s appointment as permanent CEO at Apple — he was appointed CEO on August 24th, 2011. As a result, we’ll no doubt see quite a few retrospectives his week looking back over his time at Apple, and evaluating his enure. Show More Summary
It’s been exactly five years since Tim Cook took the reins at the world’s largest tech company, and there’s been no shortage of pontificating over Apple’s current state to celebrate the occasion. The company’s stock performance, though, points to a period that’s been good, but maybe not ideal. Show More Summary
Today marks Tim Cook’s five year anniversary as the CEO of Apple after Steve Jobs resigned and as a reward for making it this long in the top spot he just unlocked a monster bonus. $100 million! Sure, it’s not Zuckerburg money, but it will likely make Cook the most paid CEO of 2016 after […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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
The legendary performer says she picked up the phone and called Apple CEO Tim Cook when she discovered a problem with Siri
Tim Cook has officially reached the five-year mark as CEO of Apple, and with that comes a giant bonus. Cook is celebrating his fifth anniversary Wednesday, which means he can now unlock stock bonuses he was awarded in 2011 — stock bonuses...Show More Summary
Though Wednesday marks the five-year anniversary of Tim Cook officially taking reins at Apple, he actually oversaw the company's day-to-day operations well before he was named CEO, and during some of its most difficult days.
Later on Wednesday, Apple chief Tim Cook will reportedly host a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who so far has more support among Silicon Valley workers and executives than her Republican rival, Donald Trump.
The flipside to the news that today marks five years since Steve Jobs resigned as Apple CEO is the fact that it also marks Tim Cook’s ascendance to Apple’s top position. So how has Cook done at the seemingly-impossible task of following...Show More Summary
August 24, 2011: Steve Jobs steps down as Apple CEO as his health worsens, with Tim Cook assuming the role of Apple’s seventh CEO. “I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
With Tim Cook set to receive more than $100M in stock bonuses as he reaches his fifth anniversary as Apple’s CEO today, the Financial Times has assessed the performance of AAPL under his leadership in a series of five charts. In a ‘good...Show More Summary
Today marks the fifth anniversary since Tim Cook was named Apple CEO on August 24, 2011, the same day that late co-founder Steve Jobs stepped down as chief executive for the final time and recommended the board of directors appoint Cook...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives in Silicon Valley today where she’ll be hosted by Apple CEO Tim Cook at a fundraiser. The location of the event still remains under wraps. But earlier this summer, Buzzfeed reported that people invited were being asked to contribute up to $50,000. Cook has tried to strike a non-partisan […]
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Jefferson Graham weighs in on the five years of the Tim Cook era at Apple, and how they compare to the previous 5 under the late Steve Jobs on #TalkingTech.