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Tim Cook has taken to Apple to record-breaking heights with a smile on his face — but behind that cheerful demeanour is an iron will and a relentless focus. A recent note to investors from UBS has the perfect example of this: Before being poached by then-CEO Steve Jobs, Cook worked as VP for Corporate Materials at Compaq. Show More Summary
UBS‘s Steve Milunovich today weighs in on the recently released biography of Apple‘s (AAPL) late co-founder, chairman and CEO, Steve Jobs, “Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart Into a Visionary Leader,” by Brent Schlender & Rick Tetzeli, and finds that it “better covers and understands Jobs’ work” than did the prior biography, by [...]
As Puerto Rico strives to emerge out of the darkest pits of recession, most of the chatter focuses on its apparent inability to foster economic development and repay its debt. Unfortunately, this crisis has overshadowed Puerto Rico's...Show More Summary
Here’s a pretty incredible story: the CEO of Apple touch-screen glass supplier Lens Technology has been named China’s richest woman, after demand for her company’s output saw shares climb 10 percent in a single day. What’s impressive isn’t just that an … Read more ›
Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) has not been popular. Critics (such as Apple CEO Tim Cook) worry that it will be used to allow businesses to discriminate based on sexual orientation. More precisely, the new law limits the ability to use legal mechanisms to restrict the freedom to exercise one’s religion, including the […]
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison are among more than 120 wealthy people and families who have announced they will give away their fortunes. The S&P 500 has gained 11 percent over that period. Since Cook became CEO, Apple's stock has more than doubled to create about $370 billion in shareholder wealth.
Despite what Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, writes, despite what anti-religious people say, and despite what the liberal movement would have us believe, Indiana's Religious Freedom Law is perfectly appropriate – and actually necessary – for a civilized nation. Here's why.
Tech insiders were caught off guard this morning when Apple’s CEO Tim Cook used the first day of April to call an unexpected press conference. It seems after months and even years of behind the scenes speculation, Apple has finally come clean on why most of their computer, iPhone and iPad chargers have an alarmingly [...]Show More Summary
The CEO of Carphone Warehouse, Britain's biggest cellphone retailer, on Tuesday said that his company's 800 stores were left out of the Apple Watch launch scheduled to kick off on April 24, suggesting other big box chains around the world are in the same situation.
The months-long guessing game over pricing for the Apple Watch came to an end earlier this month when CEO Tim Cook announced what, to many, was its most important spec. Whereas most smartwatches to date have hovered between the $200Show More Summary
Apple and HBO recently inked a deal that will see Apple becoming the exclusive launch partner for HBO's upcoming "HBO Now" web-based streaming service, and in an interview with CNBC, HBO CEO Richard Plepler explained why the companyShow More Summary
Miley Cyrus, Apple CEO Tim Cook, and former NBA star Charles Barkley are just a few of the high-profile figures condemning a law signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday, which critics say will give businesses the option to discriminate against LGBT customers on religious grounds. Show More Summary
1. I have a post at Bloomberg defending the new Indiana law on religious freedom from Apple CEO Tim Cook, who wrote an incendiary and misleading op-ed. 2. The Republican party seems to be responding more favorably to the new law than it did during the 2014 ragefest against a similar proposed law in Arizona. Show More Summary
Of course. I would seriously pin Apple's ears back over this. If you're a stockholder, write to them. Demand they stop selling iPhones in any country in which homosexuality remains a crime. (Homosexuality is an on-the-books crime in most countries,...
Apple CEO Tim Cook is making a particular point to attack Christians in Indiana calling them “dangerous,” but he has no problem at all selling his products in Muslim-led countries
Tim Cook makes frequent visits to Apple Campus 2 – which is still without an official name. It seems like drone enthusiasts visit the site more than Apple’s CEO. Search YouTube for ‘Apple Campus 2? and you’ll get over … Read more ...
For those who didn’t know, Apple CEO Tim Cook is a Homosexual. By Ryan T. Anderson, Christian Post Op-Ed Contributor Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to The
Although Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed that Apple Pay had "gotten off to the most amazing start," about two-thirds of its users are encountering problems at retail, according to a survey published this week by Phoenix Marketing International.