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 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.
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 ›
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 CEO Tim Cook criticized Microsoft's Surface, calling it a confusing product. But is Apple now thinking of launching a larger tablet, too?
CEO Tim Cook reportedly said it was more important for workers to stay home with their families on Thanksgiving. The post REPORT: Apple CEO Saves Thanksgiving For The Company’s Workers appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Approved by the Cupertino City Council on October 15th, Apple’s new “Spaceship Campus” is officially on its way. CEO Tim Cook has hailed it as “our home for innovation and creativity for years to come,” and in addition to being a stunning...Show More Summary
If you see something you disagree with in a product millions of people use, you should say something — even if you think the CEO of a huge company like Apple won’t pay attention. A high school girl decided she wasn’t too pleased with one of the Apple dictionary app’s definitions of the word “gay” and fired off a letter … [More]
Even though Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple, Sir Jonathan Ive has become the face of the company in much the same way that Steve Jobs was. Ive has in some way touched every current product from Apple, and with a never-ending dedication to true design and functionality, he has become the heart of The post 5 Facts About Jony Ive You Might Not Know appeared first on Apple Gazette.
Before Tony Fadell founded Nest, a company that creates beautiful smart thermostats and, recently, smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors too, he was the senior vice president of the iPod division at Apple. Although Fadell left Apple...Show More Summary
Whenever his company is criticized for setting up elaborate overseas tax shelters, Apple CEO Tim Cook usually replies that his company is playing within the rules and is paying all the taxes the law requires it to pay. However, an unnamed...Show More Summary
We’ve all heard the rumors of Apple developing a full fledged HDTV set time and time again, but so far no concrete proof has emerged. The company itself hasn’t said if it has any plans of entering the TV market, though CEO Tim Cook did say a month back that the company will enter new product categories in 2014. Show More Summary
According to The Wall Street Journal, Japan is now Apple's fastest growing market. It isn't all that surprising, considering we've heard Apple CEO Tim Cook state that Asia is a huge growth opportunity for the company and its products. Show More Summary
Carl Icahn told CNBC he had a “good conversation” with Apple CEO Tim Cook, and both believe that the company’s stock remains undervalued. Apple’s Cook told Icahn that he’s still studying Icahn’s proposal to buy back $150 billion worth...Show More Summary
Apple’s iOS Maps service was so bad when it launched in 2012 that CEO Tim Cook actually issued a formal apology for it. Just over a year later, however, it looks as though Apple’s iOS Maps PR debacle may have been worthwhile for the company after all. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s op-ed last weekend in the Wall Street Journal may have helped. Cook showed himself to be an ardent supporter of The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which finally came to a vote on Thursday in the Senate. Lawmakers passed the bill, which aims to eliminate workplace discrimination against LGBT individuals. The Employment […]
The United States Senate has approved the anti-discrimination bill that Apple CEO Tim Cook endorsed in an Op-Ed earlier this week. In a 64-32 vote, the Senate voted to pass the Employment Nondiscrimation Act today, sending the legislation to the U.S. Show More Summary