The Wall Street Journal has published a new profile of Tim Cook which gives us information about the CEO’s plans regarding Apple’s Board of Directors.
Tim Cooks charity auction hosted by charitybuzz ended today with the final bid of $330,001.
Charitybuzz is hosting an auction to raise $100,000 for the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights. The winning bid will include lunch with Apple CEO at Apple Headquarters in Cupertino and will last about an hour. The cost of the lunch will be covered, but the travel accommodations won’t be.
A lot of us are waiting for Apple to launch new product this year and some of us are wondering what is taking them so long. MacRumors reports that Apples CEO Tim Cook addressed this on today’s earning call.
Apple has released a new video for Earth Day called “Better”, in which Apple CEO Tim Cook narrates. In the video he speaks about the environmental efforts that Apple is making. Apple ranked very well on Greenpeace’s ‘Green Internet’ report card, but are still working hard to be better. Watch the video bellow…
Tim Cook has twitted his opinion on a potential new law that is currently being considered by the United States Congress. He tweeted “The House should mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act by passing ENDA”, Cook also tweeted a quote “We shall overcome” and said “Much done but much left to do.”
All Things D has just confirmed that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the keynote speaker for D10’s opening night, just two years after the late Steve Jobs last sat down on those very red chairs in a keynote interview of his own. In fact, Cook’s sit-down will come three years after the historic Jobs + Gates discussion from D5, and we’re told that this will be Cook’s first onAll Things D has just confirmed that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the keynote speaker for D10’s opening night, just two years after the late Steve Jobs last sat down on those very red chairs in a keynote interview of his own. stage event that isn’t run by Apple or for an investor group as the company’s head honcho. Cook’s appearance will kick things off on the evening of May 29th from Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
Tim Cook, takes the top spot with a 97% approval rating. While many speculated how Cook would be received by employees and how he would lead the tech giant, he seems to have settled in quite nicely. By comparison, when Steve Jobs stepped down in August 2011, his cumulative rating was 97% approval, though his rating between March 2010 and March 2011 was 95%. One Apple Employee (Cupertino, CA) comments, “I think leadership is doing an amazing job. We have the best management team anywhere.”