WikiLeaks’ ongoing dump of emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta have already offered a few insights relating to Apple and Tim Cook. The most recent dump, however, includes an email from Apple executive Lisa Jackson...Show More Summary
And six other familiar faces Bravo’s seemingly never-ending cooking competition series returns for its fourteenth season in December — and this time around, Top Chef will have plenty of familiar faces besides Padma and Tom. Last week...Show More Summary
The latest WikiLeaks release of John Podesta’s emails showed some surprising potential choices to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate, including Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Apple’s Tim Cook. Published on Tuesday, this round of leaked emails...Show More Summary
The claim is part of WikiLeaks' continued release of emails it says came from Clinton campaign manager John Podesta.
A hacked email from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta's email reveals that as well as the usual sampling of politicians, Hillary was considering tech businesspeople like Tim Cook and Bill Gates for the other spot on her ticket. Cook was on a list of 39 potential candidates, the "first cut" of potential VPs. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was on a “first cut of people to consider for VP” list sent to Hillary Clinton according to a stolen email sent by campaign chair John Podesta and published by Wikileaks. Wow, the Clinton campaign seriously considered Bill Ga… Read The post Hillary Clinton Considered Out Apple CEO Tim Cook as Running Mate appeared first on Towleroad.
Among the Podesta emails released today, one of the more interesting disclosures comes from a March 17 email from John Podesta to email@example.com, aka Hillary Clinton, which laid out a list of potential Vice Presidential nominees for Hillary. Show More Summary
Tim Cook was apparently considered as a possible vice president running mate for Hillary Clinton, according to a new email released by WikiLeaks. Written by Clinton’s presidential campaign chairman John Podesta, the email includes aShow More Summary
A hacked email published by WikiLeaks revealed on Tuesday the “first cut of people” the Hillary Clinton campaign was considering for vice president. The list of 39 individuals was sent by campaign chairman John Podesta to Clinton onShow More Summary
As the US Presidential campaign for Hillary Clinton continues to reel from daily deluge of emails released from Campaign Chairman John Podesta via Wikileaks, we’re finding a number of topics related to Apple and specifically its CEO Tim Cook. Today’s installment is probably worth noting. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks has leaked yet another email from Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chairman John Podesta that reveals Apple CEO Tim Cook was among a list of candidates for Vice President of the United States, alongside Microsoft co-founder...Show More Summary
A stolen email leaked by WikiLeaks shows that Apple CEO Tim Cook was on a shortlist for vice president. John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, sent an email in March 2016 discussing a "first cut of people to consider for...Show More Summary
An email stolen from Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, and released by Wikileaks reveals that Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, and Apple CEO Tim Cook were on a list of potential vice-presidential candidates Podesta sent to Clinton. Read more...
From the perspective of newsworthiness, Wikileak’s Podesta emails have been totally weird. Amidst revelations about an ex-Blink-182 member’s belief in extraterrestrial life, and Podesta’s own advice on cooking risotto, Trump supporters on a variety of imageboards have been sifting through the emails for anything compromising. Last night it seems they hit paydirt. Read more...
At the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University, Boeing Institute of International Business honored Novus President and CEO, Francois Fraudeau, for his contributions to advance international trade in the St. Louis region. Show More Summary
As John Wilson cooked dinner for his family in March 2010, an eerie silence filled their cozy Plantation home. Usually around 6 p.m. on a school day, the place was bustling. Four kids were asking about dinner or playingvideogames. John, a mild-mannered musician with salt-and-pepper hair and rimless glasses, figured his 4-year-old son and 10-year-old [...]Show More Summary
Over the past few decades, I have interviewed dozens of rock icons from the 1960s and 1970s. While compiling a new book about these historic chats, I have found some gems.In Part 1, we quoted Ginger Baker, John Densmore, Butch Trucks, Grace Slick and the late Jack Bruce about other [...]
When we first heard about director Juan Carlos Medina's gothic murder mystery THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM last year, Alan Rickman was joining the cast to play police inspector John Kildare. Sadly, Rickman became ill and had to drop out of the project. Show More Summary
Tim Cook might have spoiled one of the biggest surprises set to be unveiled at the iPhone 7 launch event later today. Journalist John Gruber has astutely picked out a comment made by Cook during a recent interview with Indian TV’s Vikram Chandra, which seems to suggest the Apple Pencil will be coming to the new iPhone. […]
John Krasinski stars and directs in The Hollars, a film about a man returning to his hometown, upon learning that his mother suffers from terminal brain cancer. While The Hollars may sound like a cheerless drama, it’s Krasinski as John Hollar and his interactions with the rest of the Hollars that makes for an exploration... Show More Summary