CNN Money has named Apple's Tim Cook as the best CEO of 2014. Citing a rise in the value of the company's stock by 40 percent during the year, a share price near an all-time high, and very successful launches of both the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and A...
Apple CEO Tim Cook ranked well on CNN Money’s list of best CEOs of 2014 taking the top spot of CEO of the year. The news organization said Cook has “arguably the toughest CEO job in America” as he battles critics skeptical of his performance running Apple without Steve Jobs and cited the company’s 40% stock […]
CNN Money has published their list of Best CEOs of 2014, and Tim Cook as their CEO of the Year. CNN cites Apple's climbing stock, along with the launches of new devices and the Apple Pay service as reasons for their choice. From CNNShow More Summary
For successfully navigating what it called "arguably the toughest CEO job in America," CNN on Tuesday named Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook its 2014 CEO of the year.
Apple chief Tim Cook sent $8.5 million to the HRC for a project that focuses on LGBT rights in the South. read more
The CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, who recently went public with his homosexuality calling it a "gift from God," has donated a considerable amount of money to help fund an LGBT initiative in Southern states, including his native Alabama.
The BBC’s Panorama recently aired its report into working conditions on the iPhone factory floor, and things don’t look good — and Apple CEO Tim Cook has allowed Senior Vice President of Operations, Jeff Williams, to internally comment on the matter for him. More »
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is “deeply offended” by allegations in a new BBC documentary regarding Apple’s handling of workers at its Chinese suppliers, The Telegraph reports. In a BBC investigative report which aired last night, BBC’s Panorama...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is the most powerful (openly) gay man in America, and also the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company. As such, he’s done a lot for gay rights during his interim at Apple, and … Read more ›
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he is deeply offended by allegations that Apple permits the mistreatment of workers in its supplier factories and mines, reports The Telegraph. The accusations were levied by the BBC news program, Panorama, which sent undercover reporters to work in Chinese factories and Indonesian mines. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he's "deeply offended" by fresh allegations of poor working conditions in its Chinese factories. Contractors hired by Apple to assemble its latest products have been criticized before over poor working conditions, and whil...
Apple CEO Tim Cook and senior vice president Jeff Williams have sent an email to UK employees saying they are "deeply offended" by BBC allegations that workers in China are mistreated, The Telegraph reports. Around 5,000 Apple staffShow More Summary
Six weeks after coming out publicly, Apple CEO Tim Cook has made a "substantial" contribution to a campaign aimed at bringing LGBT equality to his home state of Alabama. The Human Rights Campaign announced Cook's contribution Thursday to its Project...
Tim Cook, the out gay head of the company responsible for at least one of the devices likely in your house (if not pocket) right now, has made an undisclosed donation to the Human Rights Campaign's campaign to score LGBT...
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who recently decided to publicly announce he is "proud to be gay," has made a "substantial" donation to a cause promoting gay rights in the U.S. South, including his home state of Alabama.
Tim Cook's donation towards the campaign is intended to encourage acceptance of the LGBT community in three southern states
The Human Rights Campaign today announced that Apple CEO Tim Cook has made a large donation to help fund LGBT advocacy in southern states including his native Alabama. The amount of Cook's contribution to the Washington-based Human Rights...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has made a “generous personal financial investment” in Project One America, an LGBT equality campaign focused on three Southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Human Rights Campaign president Chad Griffin announced the donation on the civil rights organization’s blog today. Show More Summary
Apple raised more than US$20 million in its recent Product (RED) holiday campaign, reports Re/code citing an internal email that Apple CEO Tim Cook sent to employees. "I'm thrilled to announce that our total donation for this quarter will be more t...
Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a lengthy email to employees thanking them for their hard work throughout the year. The letter, which was first published by blog iClarified (via 9to5Mac), highlights some of Apple's biggest accomplishments this year, including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launch, the Mac's 30th anniversary, and the Apple Watch unveil. Show More Summary