It happened to be one of the hottest days ever recorded in Rajasthan, with the mercury touching 123 degrees Fahrenheit. While most of the media followed Apple CEO Tim Cook's every move as he met India's business tycoons, political leaders...Show More Summary
by Kara Baskin Not long ago, Apple VP Alan Dye confessed, "I'm scared to death that at some point I'm going to get found out. You know, [Apple CEO] Tim Cook is going to realize the truth about me, which is I'm terrible." Sound familiar?...Show More Summary
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Despite Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent visit to India, the company continues to have trouble with its expansion plans in the country. The Indian government has said that Apple will not be allowed to open retail stores, unless it agreesShow More Summary
The conspiracy theory blogosphere has come alive with news that Apple CEO Tim Cook has acknowledged proof of time travel in a 1670 painting that appears to show a man holding an iPhone, a product of modern technology first introduced to the consumer market in 2007. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: Speaking in Amsterdam, Cook jokes that he's not sure Steve Jobs actually invented Apple's iconic device.
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Tim Cook's recent trip to India was widely publicized, and while there the Apple CEO admitted a problem...Show More Summary
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Tim Cook is many things: executive businessman, native Alabaman, multi-millionaire. Unfortunately, we can’t all be everything, and Tim recently revealed two things that he is most definitely not: an art historian and someone who makes good jokes. Read more...
Bottom line: China's sudden worries over Apple's new love affair with India are probably overblown, but do reflect Apple's need to find new growth engines to offset its rapidly cooling China sales. AppleCEO Tim Cook's surprise first trip to India last week may be firmly in the history books, but it's [...]
Tim Cook’s visit to India was keenly followed and observed by the tech community. His visits to colleges, meetings with entrepreneurs and every movement was covered religiously by the media. Such was the bonhomie that Tim Cook declared...Show More Summary
From localized versions of Android to offering free public Wi-Fi, Google is working hard to connect the next billion. Indian media outlets are abuzz after Tim Cook's maiden voyage to the country as CEO of Apple. Cook launched a new iOS accelerator in Bengaluru, and a Maps facility in Hyderabad that will create 4,000 jobs. Show More Summary
Earlier today, Tim Cook opened Startup Fest in Amsterdam with an interview during which he made several comments about Apple’s ambitious goals in the health industry. Now, a new job listing has surfaced that reveals Apple is looking to hire a high-level lawyer who specializes in health privacy regulations. Show More Summary
This morning I attended an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam. Tim Cook said lots of things, which we all already knew, but he also started off with an interesting anecdote, which is cute enough to share with you. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke this morning at Startup Fest Europe, a festival geared towards helping startups grow, where he gave some sage business advice and shared some insight into Apple's future plans in the television and healthcare...Show More Summary
Investors hoping for a stock price fillip from Tim Cook's week-long Asia trip were given a taste of the daunting challenges that lie ahead. ||| Beijing - With slowing iPhone sales in China, Apple is having to take India more seriously,...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about Apple's health ambitions at the Startup Fest Europe conference in Amsterdam on Tuesday. He confirmed that Apple is "really focused" on health, and that the Apple Watch is the company's ticket into the massive but complicated healthcare market. "I love the watch. Show More Summary
The executive has said that Apple lacks the network skills needed to become a wireless provider.
In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted strongly that the company will be releasing more technology and products to help monitor a person's health. Bloomberg reports: If you drive for a while and your car gets too hot, it says pull over. Show More Summary
During Startup Fest Europe, Tim Cook compared Apple’s ambitious hopes for improvements to Apple Watch functionality to a car’s computer monitoring system, Bloomberg reports. “If you drive for a while and your car gets too hot, it says pull over. Show More Summary