Some Apple staffers are continuing to push for more flexible work arrangements and remote options by sending a new internal letter to company executives.Credit: AppleThe letter, which was signed by hundreds of employees and obtained by Vox, urges Apple's leadership to rethink the decision to have corporate employee work from offices for at least three days a week. It was addressed to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple's human resources chief Deidre O'Brien, and related team members. Read more
Apple executives are pushing employees to return to the office at least three days a week starting in September. Some don't want that.
A new book reveals a shocking response to Elon Musk allegedly asking to take Apple CEO Tim Cook's job five years ago, during Apple's attempted buyout of Tesla, where Cook told him 'f*** you.'
Update: Tesla CEO Elon Musk is denying that this interaction ever took place. He wrote on Twitter today that he and Cook have never spoken or written to each other. “There was a point where I requested to meet with Cook to talk about Apple buying Tesla. There were no conditions of acquisition proposed whatsoever. He refused to meet,” Musk says.
Recently, Elon Musk allegedly demanded to become the next Apple CEO. However, the Tesla CEO now denies the claim.
Tim Cook wants everyone back in the office.
We have already seen some really amusing stories about how people have been using AirTags since they were introduced earlier this year. However, an YouTuber decided to do something bold and sent three AirTags to different places. One of them was sent to none other than Tim Cook at Apple Park.
Apple today celebrated four decades of the company's presence in Singapore, which was just 16 years old as a nation when Apple's first office opened there in 1981.
Apple employees won't be required to return to offices until at least October, says CEO Tim Cook.Apple return to work plan pushed to OctoberThe delta variant of COVID-19 has created a new wave of cases across the United States, so companies like Apple have pushed plans for a return to work back to October. The plan initially had employees returning in September, but health threats from the pandemic bring everything into question. Read more
As the COVID-19 vaccination is progressing around the world, Apple is encouraging its employees to return to work in person. However, not everyone seems willing to return to the office, and now some employees are saying they will leave the company as it is denying requests for remote work. In a new report from The [
As if Elon Musk isn't running enough companies, he once may have suggested taking over as CEO of America's most valuable business, Apple.
Apple has made it clear that most of its employees will not be able to work remotely on a permanent basis, but that isn't stopping some corporate staff from continuing to push for more relaxed remote working rules, reports Recode.