May 23, 1985: Bitter about being ousted from his position running the Macintosh division, 30-year-old Steve Jobs attempts to stage a coup to seize control of Apple from CEO John Sculley. He plans to overthrow Sculley while he is away on a business trip in China. Show More Summary
John Sculley, as president of Pepsi, helped the scrappy soda start-up take a large chunk of marketshare from industry giant Coca-Cola. In 1983, Steve Jobs, chose Sculley to run Apple. Sculley shares lessons and tips learned from more than four-decades of running some of America's top firms.
The founder and CEO of Chinese tech company LeEco, which makes everything from smartphones to smart TVs, has stepped down from his position as chief executive. Why would you know Jia Yueting? Because way back in 2015, he was the CEO forced to issue a groveling apology after LeEco issued an ad depicting Apple as […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple and Visa are on the receiving end of a lawsuit from tech company RSA SecurID, concerning security and authentication patents allegedly being infringed on by Apple Pay. According to the CEO of RSA SecurID, the company had extensive...Show More Summary
Apple has been accused of violating the patents of a Boston-based company through its launch of Apple Pay. Universal Secure Registry CEO Kenneth Weiss says he ‘was the first in the space, and the secure payment technology that he developed...Show More Summary
Universal Secure Registry, a small firm from Boston, has filed a patent complaint against Apple and Visa over the technology used to create Apple Pay. According to the lawsuit, Kenneth P. Weiss, CEO of Universal Secure Registry, holds...Show More Summary
CEO of Apple testing out prototype for Glucose tracking on Apple Watch! The CEO of Apple Tim Cook has been testing out a prototype glucose tracker that pairs with an… The post CEO of Apple testing out prototype for Glucose tracking on...Show More Summary
Tim Cook is not only acting CEO at Apple, but he’s also one of its beta testers. This week, CNBC reported that Cook has been testing a new device that monitors his blood sugar levels. This glucose monitor is a prototype attached to Cook’s Apple Watch that can track how food consumption and exercise affects the CEO’s blood sugar levels. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly been field testing a blood sugar monitoring device attached to an Apple Watch, CNBC reports. According to a source, Cook was spotted at the Apple campus wearing a prototype glucose-tracker on the Apple...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the first to tell you — he loves the Apple Watch and its health tracking capabilities. So if there's anyone who would serve as a high-profile guinea pig for a breakthrough new feature for the device, Cook's...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is testing out a glucose monitor for the Apple Watch, according to a report.
All signs seem to suggest Apple is gearing up to release a special blood sugar tracker for the Apple Watch. As it turns out, none other than CEO Tim Cook has been spotted wearing what appeared to be an Apple Watch-connected glucose tracker in the vicinity of the company campus, CNBC reports. Show More Summary
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Apple CEO Tim Cook has been seen testing a glucose monitoring device, according to a CNBC report that fuels speculation Apple is working on its own glucose monitoring technology. Cook was spotted using a glucose monitor at the new Apple Campus in Cupertino, according to a CNBC source. Show More Summary
A report from CNBC says that Apple CEO Tim Cook has been spotted wandering around Apple's campus with a prototype blood glucose monitor. The device would allow for constant blood sugar monitoring, crucial for diabetics and potentially...Show More Summary
The next major breakthrough for Apple Watch is currently being tested by none other than Apple CEO and fitness freak Tim Cook. A new report claims that Cook has been spotted walking around Apple’s corporate headquarters wearing a special Apple Watch attachment that could be a game-changer for people with diabetes. Show More Summary
A cup of coffee with Tim Cook can cost thousands of dollars, but to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day Apple’s CEO has made an exception. To promote Apple’s stance on Accessibility, Apple invited three YouTubers with disabilities to its campus for a cup of joe and a casual chat with Tim Cook. In their brief […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently sat down for a trio of interviews with different YouTubers, where they discussed accessibility and its importance to Apple. Cook talked about how accessibility features intersect with Apple's goal of making technology for everyone. Show More Summary
In recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Apple CEO Tim Cook this week invited three accessibility advocates and bloggers to the company's Cupertino, Calif., campus, for discussions on how Apple technology impacts their daily lives.