(John Hinderaker) I suppose this is a dog-bites-man story, given the crazy politics of Silicon Valley. But the Associated Press reports that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, a politically ignorant lefty, has pledged $2 million “to help lead the...Show More Summary
Reuters: Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook has joined a chorus of business leaders who have voiced their opposition to President Donald Trump after he blamed white nationalists and anti-racism activists equally for violence in Virginia over the...Show More Summary
Apple has added its voice to the discussion of the recent violence in Charlottesville, Va., with CEO Tim Cook taking issue with Donald Trump’s position finding fault on “many sides” and failing to pin blame on white supremacists. Recode reports...
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple is donating $2 million to two human rights groups as part of CEO Tim Cook's pledge to help lead the fight against the hate that fueled the violence in Virginia during a white-nationalist rally last weekend. Cook...Show More Summary
"Hate is a cancer," Cook wrote to his staff
Tim Cook wrote that he disagreed with Trump's Charlottesville remarks, promises $2 million in donations to civil rights group
Apple CEO Tim Cook has no time for white supremacists and neo-Nazis. Read more...
Joining the growing list of tech companies denouncing white supremacists and neo-Nazis in the aftermath of the Charlottesville tragedy, Spotify and Apple have now publicly condemned the hate groups. Spotify removed a number of whiteShow More Summary
For over a year at nearly every event NOT sponsored by Leftist Democrat and Black Lives Matter groups, the Police... The post Apple CEO Tim Cook Defends Antifa Thugs with Bats, Pipes, Cement Blocks – “Those Standing Up for Human Rights” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Next month, Apple is widely expected to launch a new iPhone. It's supposed to be a stunner. Where will Apple CEO Tim Cook hold up the latest iPhone for the first time in public? It could be at a big space in San Francisco, like lastShow More Summary
The backlash against President Trump's inflammatory remarks on Charlottesville continues, including two White House business councils being shuttered after members started defecting. The latest voice to enter the mix: Apple CEO Tim Cook, who Wednesday sent a memo to employees decrying "hate and bigotry" in general, and Trump's take on...
Apple's Tim Cook has become the latest top CEO to criticise Donald Trump's response to the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. In an email to staff the tech boss said he "disagree[d] with the president and others who believe that there is a moral equivalence" between racists and people who oppose them. Show More Summary
USA Today reports: Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would donate $2 million to anti-hate groups, releasing a staff memo that rebuked President Trump and others who claim a “moral equivalence” between white supremacists and the protesters who countered them in last week’s deadly Virginia rally. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook joined the chorus of business leaders criticizing President Trump’s response to Saturday’s deadly white-supremacist protests and said the company would donate money to battle hate groups.
CEO Tim Cook has joined a chorus of business leaders who have voiced their opposition to President Donald Trump after he blamed white nationalists and anti-racism activists equally for violence in Virginia over the weekend. “I disagree with the president and others who believe that there is a...
Cook addressed the aftermath of the deadly far right “Unite the Right” rally, condemning “hate and bigotry in our country.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook has no time for white supremacists and neo-Nazis. SEE ALSO: Trump blames 'many sides' for violence in Charlottesville He made it pretty clear in a powerful note to Apple employees, which also slams Trump's "moralShow More Summary
The Apple CEO sent an email to employees about the events that took place in Charlottesville over the weekend that saw one woman killed at a white supremacist rally, reports Buzzfeed. In the email, Cook said “hate is a cancer” and that...Show More Summary
Apple chief Tim Cook has criticized the president's belief of "moral equivalence" between white supremacists and protestors.