CEO Tim Cook, board member Andrew Jung, iTunes head Eddy Cue and others remember Apple's co-founder in messages posted to the company's internal site. Including the time Jobs mooned Al Gore.
Four years ago today, Steve Jobs passed away, leaving the tech industry and the world completely shaken. Tim Cook, Apple's current CEO and a friend of Jobs, took to Twitter this morning to commemorate the occasion and reflect on losing him in 2011. Remembering Steve for who he was and what he stood for. Show More Summary
Monday marks the fourth anniversary of the death of Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs. As in past years, Apple executives are remembering Jobs and his legacy. See also: Apple CEO opens up on why he decided to come out as gay Remembering Steve for who he was and what he stood for. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent an internal email to employees (via The Telegraph) to commemorate the fourth anniversary since the death of late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, who passed away October 5, 2011 following a lengthy illness. Cook...Show More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011 at the age of 56 due to the effects of pancreatic cancer. Marking 4th anniversary of his death, company CEO Tim Cook sent an internal email to his employees to mark the occasion. Show More Summary
It may not seem like it, but Steve Jobs passed away four whole years ago today — leading to his colleagues paying tribute to the late Apple CEO. In an email sent out to employees, Tim Cook praised Jobs as a “visionary,” reminding people that Jobs’ office remains untouched at Apple, and encouraging people to […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that he chose to come out as gay because "people need to hear that being gay is not a limitation," Re/code reports. Cook was speaking at the Human Rights Campaign awards dinner on October 3 in Washington DC. He...Show More Summary
In accepting his Visibility Award at a Human Rights Campaign dinner on Saturday night, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about his coming out as gay and argued that there are still obstacles to LGBT acceptance even if much progress has been made.
Universal search for Apple TV is going to be awesome, and Apple CEO Tim Cook is promising it’ll only get better over time via an API the company is bringing to developers. Speaking to Buzzfeed, Cook said the goal is to make things ‘simple’...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook received the Visibility Award from the Human Rights Campaign. “I love to see the iPhones,” Cook smiled, striding to the podium. Cook then talked about coming out last year, in an article he wrote for Bloomberg Businessw… The post Apple CEO Tim Cook Tells HRC That the Fight to End Discrimination is Not Over: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Speaking before an audience in Washington D.C. tonight, Tim Cook was honored with the Human Rights Campaign’s National Visibility Award at a dinner where he discussed the fight against discrimination and inequality. The Apple CEO famously wrote earlier this year about being gay, making Cook the first chief executive of a Fortune 500 company to openly come out. In […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently confirmed that developers will indeed be granted access to a universal search API set to debut with the fourth-generation Apple TV, meaning third-party apps have the opportunity to get screen time alongside big name services like HBO and Hulu.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk threw a huge party to reveal the electric car company's newest vehicle: the Model X. Thousands of Tesla owners and potential buyers came out to get a peek at the $132,000 SUV. Almost everything Musk said during his...Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: Apple's CEO says that encryption is "a must" in today's world. He believes that everyone is coming around to that view. Except, perhaps, the FBI.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has refused to talk about it, but that hasn't stopped a growing flurry of leaks, reports, and rumors.
A few weeks ago I was the Master of Ceremonies on a leadership conference on engagement and change in Oslo. One of the keynote speakers was Daniel Walker, CEO of Human Revolution Studios and Steve Jobs' Chief Talent Officer at Apple between 2000-2005. Show More Summary
Photo: Ariel Zambelich/NPR In a recent interview with NPR’s Robert Siegel, Apple CEO Tim Cook emphasized how he feels that “privacy is a fundamental human right” and discussed how Apple and its products and services work to protect the privacy of its users. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with NPR to talk about privacy, and described it as a "fundamental human right." The comments come after Apple updated its website to make its stance on privacy clearer, something Cook describes as "a values...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook refused to talk about the widely-rumoured "Apple Car" his company is believed to be developing in an interview on Thursday night. When asked by NPR host Robert Siegel about the project, reportedly called "Project Titan," Cook was evasive — repeatedly changing the subject and asking Siegel if he had any other questions. Show More Summary
The Human Rights Campaign announced Thursday that it will present Apple CEO Tim Cook with the Visibility Award at its 19th annual National Dinner next month, an event honoring high-profile public figures who fight for LGBT equality.