A number of prominent tech CEOs and startup founders graced the annual list.
Barry Manilow's friend Suzanne Somers confirms the singer is gay and his marriage to longtime partner/manager Garry Kief was "freeing" for him. Apple CEO Tim Cook, director Lee Daniels, actress Laverne Cox, soccer player Abby Wambach and Transparent creator Jill...
Mercenary Links April 17th: Markets hit by nasty global sell-off (who’d a thunk it?)… Greece gives markets a headache… Bloomberg terminals hit by “unprecedented global outage”… why Tim Cook is worth $65 million, China’s gaudiest billionaire, and more. Show More Summary
The unprecedented financial success Apple has seen since Tim Cook took over as chief executive makes him the best corporate leader in America when it comes to pay versus performance, according to a new Bloomberg executive ranking.
On Thursday Time published its fourscore and twenty movers and shakers: the 100 most influential people in the universe. 2015’s crop includes an eminence of Titans (Kanye, Janet Yellen, Tim Cook), Pioneers (ballerina Misty Copeland,Show More Summary
Some LGBT icons and past Advocate cover stars were honored in Time's 100 Most Influential People list. read more
Apple CEO Tim Cook excites fans, as he launched their newest notebook line during the March live event. Instead of naming it MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, the newest addition to the Apple is simply called MacBook.
It's been nearly six months since Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly revealed he is gay, making him one of the most prominent and inspirational role models for those who believe that being out and being successful never have to be mutually exclusive. Life, like business, is about the right move at the right time. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is the fourth person on Time‘s list of “The 100 Most Influential People,” a self-referential grouping of important figures from technology, music, politics, and our global culture. Cook’s short essay focuses on his business acumen as … Read more ›
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made Time's list of the 100 most influential people in the world for 2015. She is placed under the "Titans" section of the list, which includes Kanye West, Tim Cook, and the Koch brothers. The mini-profile...Show More Summary
Kanye joins the likes of Apple CEO Tim Cook, Bradley Cooper, Christopher Nolan and his own wife Kim Kardashian on Time’s 2015 100 Most Influential People list. Elon Musk wrote a short blurb about Ye’s influence: Kanye West would be the first person to tell you he belongs on this list. The dude doesn’t believe […]
For a third consecutive year, the Apple CEO is hitting the Charitybuzz auction block to raise funds for RFK Human Rights.
On Thursday, Apple CEO Tim Cook once again secured a position on Time magazine's annual list of the 100 Most Influential People, and was praised in a profile written by Democratic Congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis.
Tim Cook has been named one of TIME's 100 Most Influential People In TIME's entry on Cook, written by Congressman John Lewis, Apple's CEO is praised not only for his ability to keep the company profitable, but doing so while looking at the larger picture of the world in which the company exists. Show More Summary
Out’s 9th annual Power list names MSNBC host Rachel Maddow as the third most influential LGBT person in America, behind only Tim Cook and Ellen DeGeneres. The list takes a variety of criteria into account, including political clout to media visibility. A variety of TV newsers also crack the list, with CNN’s Anderson Cooper No. Show More Summary
Well-deserved. Time's 2015 roundup of the "100 Most Influential People" fittingly includes Danny Meyer — who's listed under the "Titans" category, along with heavy-hitters like Kanye West, Tim Cook, and Lorne Michaels. The blurb, written...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has made TIME's annual list of "the 100 most influential people" alongside several other notable celebrities, business executives, scientists, authors, healthcare professionals, iconic leaders and more. Cook's segment was written by John Lewis, a civil rights leader and Democratic Congressman from Georgia. Show More Summary
TIME Magazine is out with its twelfth-annual 100 most influential people list and Apple CEO Tim Cook has once again made the list. Cook was last featured on the list in 2012 shortly after officially taking over the CEO role from Steve Jobs. On this year’s list, Cook joins other tech executives, including: Brian Chesky, […]
Out Magazine today published its ninth annual ranking of the 50 most powerful LGBT people in the United States. Taking the top spot from last year's list leader, Ellen DeGeneres, is Apple CEO Tim Cook, who formally came out six months ago. Show More Summary