At the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference in 2013, an attendee asked Tim Cook to explain why Apple products are expensive. Cook said that Apple did not want to sacrifice quality for price. Apple’s product prices have become competitive lately, but you can still save money by purchasing from [...]
Apple was out in force yesterday as Tim Cook and 8,000 Apple employees participated in Sunday’s 43rd Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco, following last week’s historic Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage across the U.S. Apple employees carried LGBT … Read more ›
David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesApple senior vice president Eddy Cue greets CEO Tim Cook on stage at the Apple World Wide Developers Conference this month in San Francisco. From the company behind iTunes trying to regainShow More Summary
In a recent speech at the EPIC Champions of Freedom awards dinner, an event focused on privacy and freedom of speech, Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook spoke out about “so-called free services,” saying “…we don’t think they’re worth having your email or your search history or now even your family [...]
Shortly after the Charleston shooting, Apple CEO Tim Cook joined those calling for the elimination of the Confederate flag. “Let us honor [the victims’] lives,” he wrote on Twitter, “by eradicating racism & removing the symbols & words that feed it.” This being Twitter, he offered no explanation of how he thought we could achieve such change. Show More Summary
Apple's CEO Tim Cook is among the corporate titans applauding the U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex unions
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing same-sex marriage across the country today! Everyone across the country is talking about the Supreme Court’s historic ruling that gives all citizens the right to marry the person they love, regardless … Read more ›
Tim Cook has spoken out about the recent decision by the United States Supreme Court that legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states. A long-time voice for equality and inclusivity, Cook praised the decision, calling it a victory for equality. Show More Summary
Tech leaders in Silicon Valley are speaking out about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that says same-sex marriage is "the law of the land." One of the first reactions came from Tim Cook. The Apple CEO, who is gay, has long been a public...Show More Summary
Apple chief executive Tim Cook, who publicly announced he was gay last fall, celebrated the Supreme Court's decision in favor of same-sex marriage on Twitter:Today marks a victory for equality, perseverance and love.Read full articl...
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of legalizing gay marriage for all 50 states, the District of Columbia today, and U.S territories. And some of the biggest companies across the country are weighing in on the matter on social media. Here are a few: Tim Cook, Apple CEO: Today marks a victory for equality,…
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favor of marriage equality in all 50 states, and Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook praised the landmark decision by recalling his company's famous "Crazy Ones" quote, co-written by his late, close friend Steve Jobs.
Apple CEO Tim Cook shared his thoughts on the Supreme Court's decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide on Twitter following the ruling on Friday. "Today marks a victory for equality, perseverance and love," he wrote. He also quoted the late CEO and co-founder of Apple Steve Jobs about changing the world. Show More Summary
Tim Cook urges his Twitter followers on "removing the symbols & words" of racism
Earlier this month, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook blasted other companies (such as Google and Facebook) for monetizing the supposed private data of its users. He was quoted then as saying, “They’re gobbling up everything they can learn about you and trying to monetize it. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is reportedly on the list to make a return appearance at this year's Sun Valley conference in Idaho next month, where media and tech moguls meet broker deals and
Apple CEO Tim Cook has once again been invited to the high profile Sun Valley conference this year, Variety reports, where media moguls and tech industry leaders gather annually to meet and attend panels covering the business. Cook’s attendance this year will mark his fourth consecutive year on the private invitation roster since he was spotted […]
Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on Apple CEO Tim Cook's veiled swipe at rivals Google and Facebook over privacy.
If you listen closely, you can hear the sound of Tim Cook whimpering.
I have been meaning to write this post ever since I read about Tim Cook’s speech on how Apple protects its customers’ privacy. Since then there have been posts arguing that Google’s (and others’) approach has merits because it allows...Show More Summary