Donald Trump has referred to some individuals in direct reference to the company they represent or lead.
While there are new iPads rumored to be launching soon, and attention is always paid to new iPhones landing near the end of the year, Apple has much more in the works.
Apple’s current Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook, has a decidedly different approach compared to the late Steve Jobs.
NPR has a new interview with Apple’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook. The topic? Health data and privacy.
Apple is making another change to its executive lineup, with a potential shift in the way it handles retail coming along with it.
As mentioned earlier today, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, took some time out of his schedule to discuss Apple’s current state of affairs.
If anyone is going to go to bat for a company, it should be the chief executive. Enter Tim Cook, stage left, following warnings of a forthcoming weak first quarter.
The Apple Watch is one of Apple’s most popular products, and while it’s not the first to have some health features baked in or promoted, it’s definitely leaning even more heavily on its wearer’s health than any other of Apple’s branded devices.
Tim Cook Says White Supremacists and Violent Conspiracy Theorists Have no Place on Apple’s Platforms
Tim Cook is a vocal person on a variety of topics, especially when it comes to the social fabric. He’s never been quiet about the place that Apple has found itself in, and how the company can play a role in all of it.
Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Got so Mad at Tim Cook, he Forced Facebook Management to Switch to Android
Facebook is not a stranger to being in hot water, and this year was certainly not different. When the company was dealing with fallout over Cambridge Analytica, for instance, a lot of different executives were asked about the social network and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.