News and Articles About Tim Cook
Apple needs a new platform. And Apple CEO Tim Cook knows it.
The head of tech giant Apple has hit back at the European Commission's ruling about its tax operations in Ireland.
Take a page out of Tim Cook's playbook and ask for help when you need it.
Radicals & Visionaries
Whoops, he butchered a cultural phenomenon (that could make his employer $3 billion richer) and the internet won't let it go.
As iPhone sales declined for the second straight quarter, Cook peeled back the curtain ever so slightly on its work in artificial intelligence and augmented reality.
From wanting to be a monk to being top secret about his philanthropy, here is why the Apple genius was in a class by himself.
While the numbers in India suggest huge potential -- fewer than two in every 10 of the country's 1.3 billion people have a smartphone -- the world's fastest growing major market operates differently to other markets where Apple has enjoyed stellar growth and high margins.
The CEO of Apple is in India seeking to boost iOS development.
The iPhone maker is set to announce plans to expand its Indian software development center and build an accelerator program for local startups, sources say.
Cook has planned to meet high-level government officials, a source familiar with the matter said earlier this month.
In its current form, Apple is in no way equipped to get in the notoriously tricky enterprise-services game.
There were no fools sitting in that garage in California on April 1, 1976, when Apple was founded.
Salesforce came in and pushed the governor of Georgia up against a wall over a anti-gay legislation, and this week, Apple, Google and Facebook are among the companies putting serious pressure on North Carolina's governor over anti-transgender laws.
According to a new poll conducted this week by Morning Consult, nearly half of respondents view Mark Zuckerberg favorably.
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