Apple CEO Tim Cook has purchased a 9,956-square-foot home in an exclusive residential community in La Quinta, California for $10.1 million.Credit: RedfinThe deal actually closed in 2018, but confirmation that Cook was the rumored Silicon Valley buyer of the home was only recently confirmed, according to Dirt. Read more
Apple CEO Tim Cook has made the Time list of the 100 most influential people of 2021, nabbing a spot in the "titans" category among 10 others.Credit: AppleCook was named among 99 other businesspeople, athletes, artists, musicians, and government officials in the unranked list. The piece on Cook was penned by Phil Knight, co-founder and chairman emeritus of Nike, and explains the decision-making process before adding the Apple CEO to Nike's board. Read more
Apple CEO Tim Cook has warned employees about leaking company information, in a leaked memo seen by The Verge.
More than 500 current and former Apple employees have reportedly submitted troubling accounts of verbal abuse, sexual harassment, retaliation, and discrimination in the workplace in the past month.
Apple CEO Tim Cook fielded questions regarding pressing employee relations topics in an all-hands meeting on Friday, and while he acknowledged certain issues, some workers were not placated by his answers.Cook, along with SVP of Retail and People Deirdre O'Brien, addressed a range of subjects from pay equity to Texas' new abortion law in a meeting broadcast to employees around the world, reports The New York Times.Activist employees told the publication that Cook answered only two of a number of...
Apple CEO Tim Cook is one of the 100 Most Influential People of 2021 according to TIME's newly published rankings. TIME shares an annual list highlighting world leaders, celebrities, tech company executives, authors, musicians, athletes, and more, and this is not the first time Cook has been celebrated.
Earlier this year, Apple's legal team went on a crusade against reputable leakers with a clear warning message that they should stop sharing details about unreleased products and services, as they could mislead customers and give competitors access to information they shouldn't have.
Apple's culture of secrecy has raised some questions throughout the years, with employees claiming that the culture silences them.
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple, known among its Silicon Valley peers for a secretive corporate culture in which workers are expected