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Apple CEO Tim Cook plans to give away most of his fortune

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison are among more than 120 wealthy people and families who have announced they will give away their fortunes. The S&P 500 has gained 11 percent over that period. Since Cook became CEO, Apple's stock has more than doubled to create about $370 billion in shareholder wealth.

3 Surprising Revelations About Indiana's Religious Freedom Law and Why Apple's Tim Cook Is Wrong

Despite what Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, writes, despite what anti-religious people say, and despite what the liberal movement would have us believe, Indiana's Religious Freedom Law is perfectly appropriate – and actually necessary – for a civilized nation. Here's why.

Apple Finally Admits to Big Problem with Chargers!

Tech insiders were caught off guard this morning when Apple’s CEO Tim Cook used the first day of April to call an unexpected press conference. It seems after months and even years of behind the scenes speculation, Apple has finally come clean on why most of their computer, iPhone and iPad chargers have an alarmingly [...]Show More Summary

Apple Pay’s biggest hurdle to overcome is at checkout

Apple Pay is off to an excellent start, according to Tim Cook and the rest of the company’s top brass. But a recent study found that the majority of users are having issues using the mobile payments service at checkout. … Read more ...

Why a G.O.P. Gambit Backfired in Indiana

On Monday, Tim Cook, of Apple, and Marco Rubio, of the Senate, agreed on the answer to a question that Governor Mike Pence, of Indiana, has gone to absurd lengths to dodge. Both said that the idea of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act was to let certain businesses turn away gay and lesbian customers. Show More Summary

Backer of Indiana Law Says "It's Impossible to Satisfy the Homosexual Lobby"

Considering it seems like everyone from Tim Cook to the whole state of Connecticut is incensed by a new law that allows Indiana businesses to refuse service to LGBT customers based on "religious grounds," it seems crazy to think anyone is still out there actually defending it—at least openly. Show More Summary

All that glitters isn't (Apple) gold

The months-long guessing game over pricing for the Apple Watch came to an end earlier this month when CEO Tim Cook announced what, to many, was its most important spec. Whereas most smartwatches to date have hovered between the $200Show More Summary

Here Are All the Athletes, Celebrities, and CEOs Joining the Indiana Backlash

Miley Cyrus, Apple CEO Tim Cook, and former NBA star Charles Barkley are just a few of the high-profile figures condemning a law signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday, which critics say will give businesses the option to discriminate against LGBT customers on religious grounds. Show More Summary

Notes on Indiana

1. I have a post at Bloomberg defending the new Indiana law on religious freedom from Apple CEO Tim Cook, who wrote an incendiary and misleading op-ed. 2. The Republican party seems to be responding more favorably to the new law than it did during the 2014 ragefest against a similar proposed law in Arizona. Show More Summary

Apple's Gay CEO Tim Cook Wants to Boycott Indiana for Its Allegedly Anti-Gay RFRA, But Will Gladly Sell You an iPhone At Its Boutique in Riyadh, Where They'll Stone You to Death For Being Gay

Of course. I would seriously pin Apple's ears back over this. If you're a stockholder, write to them. Demand they stop selling iPhones in any country in which homosexuality remains a crime. (Homosexuality is an on-the-books crime in most countries,...

Apple CEO Hates Christians in Indiana But Does Business With Countries That Execute Gays, Stone Women

Apple CEO Tim Cook is making a particular point to attack Christians in Indiana calling them “dangerous,” but he has no problem at all selling his products in Muslim-led countries

Watch the best Apple Campus 2 drone video we’ve seen yet

  Tim Cook makes frequent visits to Apple Campus 2 – which is still without an official name. It seems like drone enthusiasts visit the site more than Apple’s CEO. Search YouTube for ‘Apple Campus 2? and you’ll get over … Read more ...

Tim Cook’s Moral Confusion—and Intolerance

Roger Pilon Few recent battles have seized the nation’s moral compass quite as emotionally as the one going on in Indiana right now, pitting defenders of religious liberty against opponents of discrimination based on sexual orientation. Show More Summary

It’s time for Tim Cook and Apple to stand up for homosexual rights in China

Tim Cook has become a vocal activist in recent years, taking his role in charge of Apple and using to promote his personal point of view on issues. He’s using that role to attack the state of Indiana for a political decision he disagreed with. Show More Summary

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook Is the ‘Scary’ One, Not Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law

For those who didn’t know, Apple CEO Tim Cook is a Homosexual.   By Ryan T. Anderson, Christian Post Op-Ed Contributor Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to The

Daily dose: How do you like them apples?

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Tim Cook: Pro-discrimination 'religious freedom' laws are dangerous (Washington Post column) -- There’s something very dangerous happening in states across the country. A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to discriminate against their neighbors. Show More Summary

Two-thirds of Apple Pay users running into problems at checkout, survey claims

Although Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed that Apple Pay had "gotten off to the most amazing start," about two-thirds of its users are encountering problems at retail, according to a survey published this week by Phoenix Marketing International.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is forging an unusual path as a social activist

Tim Cook runs the world's most valuable company. Now he's making his mark as an outspoken social activist.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is forging an unusual path as a social activist

Tim Cook runs the world's most valuable company. Now he's making his mark as an outspoken social activist.

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