One week after Steve Jobs announced plans to go on his first medical leave of absence from Apple in 2009, the man tasked with temporarily leading the company — or so it was assumed at the time — had to answer to Wall Street. Tim Cook joined two other Apple executives for Apple's quarterly earnings call. Show More Summary
Although he passed away in 2011, the memory of Steve Jobs still touches everything that Apple does. His presence isn't just felt in the products of the company, but in his old office as well. In a new interview with Business Week about the iPhone 6,...
By Mark Hibben: While the September 9 event was a triumph for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and the stewardship of Tim Cook, it marked a setback for GT Advanced Technologies (NASDAQ:GTAT). Since September 8, GTAT has fallen about 30%, merely as a consequence of Apple not using sapphire in iPhone 6. Show More Summary
It's been a big few days for Apple, and with the recent unveiling of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch, today's release of a substantial iOS 8 update, and Friday's launch of the aforementioned iPhones 6, Apple's pulled back the curtain a bit on how things have changed in the company under the leadership of CEO Tim Cook. Show More Summary
In a wide ranging interview with Bloomberg covering culture changes at Apple, Tim Cook's personality, the company's move into Apple Pay, and the development of the Apple Watch, Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and Jeff Williams share some fascinating...Show More Summary
Steve Jobs died almost three years ago, leaving Apple's then-COO, notoriously private Tim Cook, in charge of the corporation. Three years later, according to a new profile of Cook in Bloomberg, Jobs's office has become frozen in time, a mosquito suspended in amber:
In the wake of Apple's iPhone 6 and Apple Watch announcements last week, Businessweek sat down for an interview with Tim Cook that came out on Wednesday. The interview focuses on Tim Cook's Apple. Businessweek also revealed Cook's right-hand man, Jeff Williams. Show More Summary
Bloomberg Businessweek published an interesting profile on Apple today that includes interviews with Tim Cook and other Apple executives while detailing how the structure of the company has changed in recent years under Cook: Almost everything else on Apple’s campus in Cupertino, Calif., is different. The executive wing once radiated nervous energy, with handlers scurrying […]
The newest profile of Apple CEO Tim Cook, from Bloomberg Businessweek, provides a number of interesting details about Cook’s leadership of the company, including further insight into the development of the Apple Watch. “Anybody coming...Show More Summary
iOS 8 is about to be unleash on the world today after debuting earlier this summer at WWDC. Tim Cook is calling it the biggest iOS update ever and for good reason, as the new OS has been packed with … Read more ›
Part two of Tim Cook’s interview with Charlie Rose recently aired on PBS. While not quite as long or revealing as the first part, it’s still definitely worth watching. Here are six takeaways we got from part two of Cook’s … Read mor...
Apple CEO Tim Cook promised in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that iCloud security will be increased soon, to prevent future leaks similar to the celebrities’ nudes scandal that preceded the iPhone 6 event. And, while theShow More Summary
Following the mass leak of hundreds of nude pictures of celebrities, Tim Cook promised the world that iCloud’s security would be increased to prevent such a thing from happening again. Now that system has gone live since the service’s two-factor authentication covers all of your backups. Show More Summary
Did you miss Tim Cook's second interview with Charlie Rose where the Apple CEO talked about diversity, privacy, and the collaboration with U2? If you did, or if you just want to re-watch the interview in all its glory, the video has been posted for streaming. Show More Summary
After the second segment of a two-part Charlie Rose interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook aired on Monday, full versions of both are now available for streaming online.
Following the publishing of the first half of the interview, and several subsequent clips, part two Charlie Rose’s full interview with Tim Cook is now available to watch – in full – on Hulu and Charlie Roses’s website. In the interview, Cook discusses a wide variety of topics, ranging from privacy, U2, and “what comes […]
The full video from the second part of Charlie Rose's interview with Tim Cook has not been posted online yet, but a clip has been made available of the Apple CEO discussing the privacy of Apple users. In the clip, Cook criticizes rival Google for...
Apple is making good on CEO Tim Cook's promise to beef up iCloud security in the wake of the recent celebrity photo hack. Now, if you log into iCloud on a web browser, you will be prompted for a code if you have enabled two-factor authentication on your Apple account. Show More Summary
In the second part of Charlie Rose’s interview with Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO focused on the company’s stance on user privacy, with the exec saying that for Apple, the buyer isn’t the product. Cook also revealed some interesting details about Apple’s dealings with the NSA during the interview, which can be watched below. Show More Summary
A year ago, I worried aloud what kind of leader Apple's Tim Cook might be. Still emerging from the death of Steve Jobs, there was a great deal of concern whether he could pick up the mantle of "pied piper," who offered the vision. When...Show More Summary