Tim Cook

Tim Cook calls recent slowdown in iPad sales a “speed bump”

Tim Cook calls recent slowdown in iPad sales a “speed bump”

After a great initial few years, iPad sales are starting to slow down, as evident from Apple’s last few quarterly earnings.

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

The iPad has been adopted by many different markets, including educational and healthcare. Recently, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook stopped by a local Veterans Affairs hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment.

Tim Cook takes the Ice Bucket Challenge [Video]

Tim Cook takes the Ice Bucket Challenge [Video]

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has also participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness and donations towards the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.

As we reported earlier today, Apple’s marketing chief Phil Schiller  participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge, and had challenged Apple CEO Tim Cook to do the same within the next 24 hours.

Tim Cook’s leadership style, influence on product development detailed in NYT profile

Tim Cook’s leadership style, influence on product development detailed in NYT profile

Tim Cook’s leadership been a subject of constant debate amongst Apple observers ever since he took over from former CEO Steve Jobs. Jobs was of course an innovator who led the creation of revolutionary new products like the Mac, iPhone and iPad, and most people wondered how Apple would keep its innovative edge with the lack of Jobs’ vision.

Tim Cook attends opening of Apple’s new Austin campus; says ‘Exciting’ New Products are coming

Tim Cook attends opening of Apple’s new Austin campus; says ‘Exciting’ New Products are coming

Apple CEO Tim Cook visited the company’s newly opened Austin, Texas plant yesterday as employees rallied to take pictures and post them on social networking platforms. Speaking on location, Cook recapped the WWDC announcements and mentioned that “exciting” new products are coming.

Tim Cook circulates memo to employees detailing Beats acquisition

Tim Cook circulates memo to employees detailing Beats acquisition

Today, Apple announced it was acquiring Beats Electronics and Beats Music for $3 billion in a deal that will bring Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre into the Apple fold. Following the official announcement, Apple CEO sent a memo to employees regarding the deal, reports 9to5Mac, which obtained a copy of this internal communication.

Tim Cook Charitybuzz lunch auction ends with $330,000 bid

Tim Cook Charitybuzz lunch auction ends with $330,000 bid

Tim Cook’s charity auction for a one-hour meeting with the Apple CEO at the company’s Cupertino headquarters ended today with final bid of $330,001. This auction is Tim Cook’s second fundraiser for Charitybuzz, with last year’s coffee meeting bringing in $610,000.

Tim Cook talks mobile payments and patient product development in WSJ interview

Tim Cook talks mobile payments and patient product development in WSJ interview

Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke briefly with the Wall Street Journal after the company’s earnings conference call yesterday. Apple announced its Q2 2014 earnings on Wednesday and reported better than expected iPhone sales, lagging iPad sales and a 7 for 1 stock split that left shareholders smiling. In his interview, Cook talked to the WSJ about the company’s need to innovate and its prospects for mobile payments.

Tim Cook on lack of new product launches in 2014: “It means more to us to get it right than to be first”

Tim Cook on lack of new product launches in 2014: “It means more to us to get it right than to be first”

We’ve all been eagerly waiting for Apple to launch products in new product categories this year. But we are yet to see any new product launches so far.

Apple CEO Tim Cook ranked 33rd among Fortune’s list of world leaders

Apple CEO Tim Cook ranked 33rd among Fortune’s list of world leaders

Fortune today published its inaugural list of the World’s Greatest Leaders, singling out individuals like Pope Francis, Dalai Lama and Bill Clinton for their contribution to society. Apple CEO Tim Cook was one of only a few technology executives who made it into the top 50 list.