Apple's CEO will now work as lead independent director at Nike, having been on the board since 2005.
Today has proven to be quite the busy day for Nike. In addition to the official departure of Founder, Phil Knight, who will be replaced by Mark Parker who will continue to serve in the role of President and CEO – in addition to his new duties as Chairman – the Swoosh has also made public […]
Cook has been a director on Nike's board since 2005.
Apple CEO Tim Cook just added a leadership position at another of the world's biggest companies to his resume. Nike announced Thursday that Cook will serve as "lead independent director" of the company's board as part of a minor seat switch-up. Show More Summary
Nike has announced that Apple CEO Tim Cook has been appointed as the lead independent director of Nike's Board of Directors. Cook has been a member of the athletic company's board of directors since 2005. The announcement from Nike notes that Cook also serves as chair of the Board's Compensation Committee. Show More Summary
Tim Cook just got a promotion at Nike. On Thursday, Nike made Apple CEO Tim Cook its "lead independent director." Cook has been serving on Nike's board of directors since 2005. He is the chair of the board's compensation committee and...Show More Summary
Jay Z could be the next rapper making a big sale to Tim Cook, as the Wall Street Journal cites anonymous sources saying Apple is in "exploratory" talks to buy Tidal, although a spokesperson for the music service said there had not been any talks. Show More Summary
A leadership change at Nike is affecting Tim Cook's role with the apparel maker slightly. Cook, a Nike board member since 2005, is now the lead independent director of the board. The reason why Nike needs one now is because founder Phil Knight is retiring from his position as chairman of the board. Source: Nike
According to Nike’s website, the company today has appointed Apple CEO Tim Cook as lead independent director. While it’s unclear exactly what this means at the moment, Cook has been on Nike’s board of directors since 2005. more… Filed under: Apple
Nike on Thursday appointed Apple CEO and longtime board member Tim Cook to the position of "lead independent director,"..
Engaging in a bit of political posturing this week, U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi offered a -- surprisingly condescending -- takedown of Apple CEO Tim Cook's fundraiser for House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican candidates.
Technically Incorrect: Suggesting that the Apple CEO probably doesn't think much about politics, the House minority leader is dismissive of Cook.
The fundraiser is on behalf of GOP House Majority Leader Paul Ryan. [ more › ]
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is not happy with Tim Cook’s fundraiser for House Speaker Paul Ryan today. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Democratic Party leader commented when asked about the event this morning that the Apple CEO is being advised poorly: “Poor Tim. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to hold a fund-raiser on Tuesday in Menlo Park, California, for Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan and other House Republicans. At least one powerful Democrat thinks that's a horrible decision. House Minority...Show More Summary
As Tim Cook and others from Apple prepared to join in Sunday's annual Pride parade in San Francisco, the company gave employees a special, limited-edition rainbow-colored watch band to commemorate the event. SEE ALSO: Apple CEO opens...Show More Summary
Apple is once again celebrating the LGBT Pride parade in San Francisco with employees (including Apple CEO Tim Cook) joining the march earlier today, showing support of human equality and diversity across ethnicities and sexual orientation. For...Show More Summary
Donald Trump says that as a businessman he had to be bipartisan. That could be what Cook is doing.
SILICON VALLEY—When Apple CEO Tim Cook talked in early May about some exciting new features coming to the iPhone, he apparently was referring to a 2017 model. According to a report Tuesday in the Wall Street Journal(citing "people familiar...Show More Summary
Near the end of last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that 2015 was the company’s “most successful year ever” with $234 billion of revenue. The numbers were impressive. About 48 million iPhones were sold in Q4 for a 36% increase in sales over the same quarter in 2014. Show More Summary