On 29 May 2012, Tim Cook spoke with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at D10 in California. Many interesting tidbits came up regarding Facebook, Apple TV sales, and the future of Siri.
According to a report from Fortune, the reason for Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit to the Washington DC was to show key policymakers that they have an open line of communication to the Apple executive. There were online reports that that Cook met with House Speaker John Boehner as well as Senate Majority leader Harry…
When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away last year, TIME magazine published a special edition to pay tribute to him. Later, when TIME magazine announced Jobs as a nominee for Person Of The Year Award, Most people were confident that he would win. However, Jobs lost that award to “The Protestor“.
AllThingsD has announced that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the opening keynote speaker at the D10 Conference scheduled for late May, this year.
This past weekend, The New York Times (NYT) ran a report that claimed Apple CEO Tim Cook was a million-dollar-a-day CEO. According to a follow-up report from CNN Money, that estimate is not exactly correct.
Recently, Tim Cook was asked about his first four months as Apple’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Cook stressed that what he felt most is lucky to be surrounded by his talented colleagues.