A report from The Information claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook “secretly” signed a deal worth over $275 billion with Chinese officials, promising to develop China’s economy and bolster its technological capabilities.
During an interview with the New York Times today, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about the future of Augmented Reality (AR) and shared his opinion on cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is currently testifying in an antitrust hearing with U.S. House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee. He was questioned about App Store practices and policies. The company has faced severe criticism over opaque App Store practices and commissions that range up to 30%.
Tim Cook Was so Impressed with This Startup’s Prototype at a Local Gym That He Decided to Invest in Them
It is not often that Apple’s head honcho invests in startups. Sure, Apple does buy smaller startups, but Tim Cook rarely does it in a personal capacity. However, a shower at a local gym in Silicon Valley impressed Tim so much so that he invested in the company.
One of the biggest pieces of news about Apple this year was the settlement with Qualcomm. The two companies have agreed to stop litigation, and will be working together in the future. As far as Apple CEO Tim Cook is concerned, this is good news.
Earlier today, Apple officially released its latest quarterly earnings report, indicating a positive few months. And, if you ask CEO Tim Cook, it turns out that things are starting to turn around for the better in China.
Monday, April 22, is Earth Day and, as is par for the course, Apple’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook, is celebrating.
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.