Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California where he met with Apple's CEO, Tim Cook. The above video of the meeting is from the Israeli Prime Minister's YouTube account. Via: The Loop
A short video clip posted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official YouTube page on Thursday shows the leader meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
I'm enormously impressed with Apple CEO Tim Cook for his strong words on climate change deniers, and demanding business should have benefits for people and the planet, beyond just profit. Conservative think tank the National Center for...Show More Summary
Tim Cook tells climate change sceptics to ditch Apple shares; Chief executive angered by right wing think tank’s questions about the profitability of renewable energy investments Jessica Shankleman, 3 March 2014 (UK Guardian) “AppleShow More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to meet with Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top tech executives on a tour of Silicon Valley, which is part of a larger initiative to cultivate a partnership with California over economic and research development.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is traveling through the United States this week for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) annual conference, and he is scheduled to meet with Apple CEO Tim Cook today. The meeting plans were revealed on the Prime Minister’s Twitter account earlier this week: The calendar also sharesthat Netanyahu is scheduled […]
At an investor's conference on Friday, something unusual happened: Apple CEO Tim Cook got angry at his shareholders. Not all of them, mind you — just a select minority that said Apple should avoid investing in green technology. According to multiple media accounts, Cook grew visibly upset when the National Center for Public Policy Research […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook has warned climate sceptics and similar dangerous radicals that if they don't like his company's green policies they should "get out of the stock!" As a big fan of vicious, heartless, red meat capitalism, I salute his brazen honesty. Show More Summary
Apple's board, chock full of environmental activists like Al Gore and Tim Cook, rarely miss a chance to polish their premium brand's image with the faithful climate change cabal. This happened yesterday when CEO Tim Cook told a skeptical...Show More Summary
Tim Cook is getting more comfortable channelling the Steve Jobs’s patented self-righteousness. At the company’s annual shareholders meeting last week, the Apple CEO chafed at a request that Apple commit to not engaging in environmental initiatives that don’t have a positive return on investment. Show More Summary
A conservative think tank’s pestering about how much Apple’s sustainability efforts cost shareholders just about drove the typically reserved Tim Cook around the bend last Friday. read more
A right-wing think tank tried to tell Tim Cook to dump Apple's green initiatives. He basically flipped them off. (Take THAT!)
In a response to a shareholder question critical of Apple's efforts towards environmental sustainability, Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the company's goal of using 100 percent of its power from green sources and other efforts. He toldShow More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was “visibly angry” during Friday’s shareholder meeting after a group asked Apple to stop using money on green energy projects that weren’t profitable. The National Center for Public Policy Research, a conservative...Show More Summary
When a conservative think tank challenged Apple's sustainability initiatives, they got the full force of CEO Tim Cook's anger. And rightly so.
Tim Cook, Apple's CEO and successor to Steve Jobs, is generally known as a man who, unlike his predecessor, has a cool head, and does not let his emotions influence his decisions or his behavior on the job. But that is apparently not the case when it comes to global warming. Show More Summary
It may be hard for some to fathom how a merger between big government and big business is a good thing. Certainly it's far from a plus for individual liberty. But that would seem to be Apple CEO Tim Cook's agenda. Cook, at the company's annual shareholder meeting, said skeptics of climate change should sell their shares in Apple's stock. Show More Summary
It may be hard for some to fathom how a merger between big government and big business is a good thing. Certainly it's far from a plus for individual liberty. But that would seem to be Apple CEO Tim Cook's agenda. Apple has made vast improvements in its use of renewable energy since Cook took over from Steve Jobs. Show More Summary
Tim Cook gets about as close as a CEO can to saying STFU and GTFO to some climate change deniers and “free market activists” (NCPPR) at Apple’s shareholder meeting, after their proposal got a whopping 2.95% of the shareholders’ votes: Mr. Cook didn’t directly answer that question [about climate change], but instead focused on the [Read more...]
Originally published on Climate Progress (video added). By Annie-Rose Strasser If you want to invest in the future of Apple, you better have a stake in the future of the planet. That’s the message Apple CEO Tim Cook sent on Friday at...Show More Summary