Apple CEO Tim Cook has received more than 2.5 million shares of Apple stock as part of a new compensation package that will run through 2026.Credit: AppleBack in August, Cook received more than 5 million shares of Apple stock and sold them for more than $750 million. The stock transfer was the final part of a compensation package that Cook received when he became CEO of Apple in 2011. Read more
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Steve Jobs' death, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday penned a personal remembrance of the late tech guru that was shared in a letter to employees.Cook in the memo, obtained by Bloomberg, said today is a moment to celebrate Jobs' life and reflect on his legacy. The late Apple co-founder died in 2011 after a long bout with pancreatic cancer.Today's memorial echoes sentiments shared in past anniversary memos from Cook. The chief executive typically marks the...
Apple CEO Tim Cook today reflected on Steve Jobs in a touching memo to employees that was obtained by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Jobs passed away 10 years ago today at the age of 56 following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.
A lot of nonsense has been said about Tim Cook since he took over as chief executive of Apple nearly a decade ago, and with his company's latest quarterly blowout, he has proven the naysayers all wrong yet again.Products under Tim CookThe story of Tim Cook's tenure as Apple CEO will undoubtedly be the meteoric rise of the iPhone, which is the bedrock of Apple's success and profits. The iPhone is arguably the most successful consumer electronics device in the history of computing, and the vast...
It has been more than 25 years since Jensen Huang co-founded NVIDIA, and the success, awards, and accolades have poured since.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is in New York City today for a meeting with Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, according to a person familiar with the matter. Vestager was a keynote speaker at Fordham University's annual Conference on International Antitrust Law and Policy earlier today.
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Mental health is a crisis, Apple CEO Tim Cook declared in an interview on a trip to New York, a discussion that covers the need for people to look after themselves, as well as Cook's own ways to unwind.Cook paid a visit to New York in early October, using the time at one point to meet to mental health app Shine's co-founders Naomi Hirabayashi and Marah Lidey. As part of an interview centering on mental health, Cook used the conversation to promote the app, as well as expanding on the idea that...
One of the hotly-debated topics of these past few years is social media and how it has conditioned people into spending hours on end glued to their devices. Apps like Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, and others are crafted in a way that encourages you to engage with an endless string
Apple CEO Tim Cook is in New York City on Friday, and during his trip, he will reportedly meet with Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition.Credit: AppleVestager is currently in New York City for the United Nations General Assembly. She also recently gave a keynote address at the Fordham University's annual Conference on International Antitrust Law and Policy on Friday. Read more
In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he's worried about the "endless, mindless scrolling" behavior that social media inspires people to undertake and is generally concerned that people are "using technology too much."
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