Analysts have been too quick to write off the smart watch market after the negative reception for Samsung's Galaxy Gear watch device. We still agree with Apple CEO Tim Cook when he said in May 2013, "I think the wrist is interesting."...Show More Summary
The long-awaited deal is expected to give Apple, led by CEO Tim Cook, amajor boost in the world's largest mobile market. China Mobile, the country's largest mobile phone operator, has inked a long-anticipated deal with Apple to offer iPhones on the world's largest network, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
Apple's iPad Air is no doubt one of the best products the company offers to its customers, and CEO Tim Cook seemed very enthusiastic about how the device would hold up during the holiday season. Cook called this year an "iPad Christmas," and he seems to be right. Show More Summary
After sending a letter to Tim Cook in October urging him to increase Apple’s buyback plan to $150 billion, billionaire investor Carl Icahn today announced he will soon issue a precatory proposal to call for a shareholder vote on an larger buyback. He won’t, however, be pushing for the $150 billion buyback he originally proposed: […]
Tim Cook is doing a little early Christmas shopping. Apple spent north of $200 million for Topsy, a company that parses the Twitter stream for usable information, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. If the amount reported is accurate,...Show More Summary
More than two months after Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook opened a Twitter account, the company decided it wants to know a little bit more about those 140-character missives. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple bought Topsy Labs, one of the four data-analysis firms with access to the Twitter "firehose," the record of all tweets.
Apple's chief executive Tim Cook called attention to World AIDS Day via Twitter, noting that the company would be "turning Appe's logo red" in support of achieving an AIDS-free generation.
ByAnthony DiCarlo: Too many articles these days are predicting the fall of the biggest market capitalization company in the world. Yet Apple (AAPL) continues to thrive for its investors and customers. When CEO Tim Cook says it will be an "iPad Christmas", foolish investors will try to prove him wrong. Show More Summary
The question of whether she lives up to her enthusiastic advance billing as “the most important hire Tim Cook has ever made” and even the “future Apple CEO” is yet to be answered, but one thing’s for certain: outgoing Burberry … Read more ›
How much would you spend to have coffee with Apple CEO Tim Cook, or go on a polar bear expedition on Manitoba?
The Retina iPad Mini might be in better supply than investors had feared. Will Tim Cook get his wish for an "iPad Christmas"?
The company's CEO has repeatedly criticized Microsoft for making this decision, but now Apple could be about to do something that could hit Intel hard.
We picked up on a rumor about a week ago that Apple might open several of its retail stores on Thanksgiving. Apparently the company’s retail marketing directors were pushing for this decision to capture the Thanksgiving and Black Friday...Show More Summary
Last week, over the objections of Retail Market Directors, Apple's chief executive Tim Cook canceled plans to open several stores on Thanksgiving, citing the importance of allowing retail employees to be with their families over the holiday.
Last week CNBC ran a story about billionaire investor Carl Icahn having a “good conversation” with Tim Cook. Icahn says they both agree that Apple stock is undervalued, and that Apple is still studying Icahn’s proposal for a $150 billion stock buyback. Show More Summary
It starts with a Martin Luther King Jr. quote, and ends as a total mystery: an internal video memo from Apple's chief is very strange, and the company is trying to scrub it off the internet. Read more...
Tim Cook caused quite a stir in the worlds of both tech and fashion earlier this year when he announced that Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts would be leaving the famous trench-coat maker to head up Apple’s retail divisions. Ahrendts new position at … Read more ›
Tim Cook admitted that the iPad mini with Retina display will be in short supply for the next few weeks, but while Wifi-only units seem to be in-stock at Apple Stores across the country, it looks like Apple is having … Read more ›
Apple's legal counsel sent an email to all Apple employees this week asking them to review the company's code of conduct. The email was accompanied by a video of CEO Tim Cook, where he invokes Martin Luther King, Jr. by saying "The time is always right to do what is right." 9to5Mac obtained a copy of the email. Show More Summary
Apple executives today sent a company wide email to employees asking them to review Apple's Business Conduct Policy, reports 9to5Mac. The policy reportedly details how employees should behave both in and outside of the company whileShow More Summary