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Tim Cook meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California where he met with Apple's CEO, Tim Cook. The above video of the meeting is from the Israeli Prime Minister's YouTube account. Via: The Loop
Cook is a study in contrast to Jobs, says new book

Cook is a study in contrast to Jobs, says new book

Yuri Iwatani Kane has been one of the more reliable and insightful reporters covering the Apple beat over the years, so her forthcoming book on Apple promises to be an interesting read. Entitled "Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs," it comes out later this month. A bit about Tim Cook's...
Tim Cook says if you can't handle environmental responsibility, get out of the AAPL

Tim Cook says if you can't handle environmental responsibility, get out of the AAPL

When Apple CEO Tim Cook was told by the National Center for Public Policy Research general council Justin Danhof that stopping Apple's environmental initiatives could lead to higher profits, Cook reportedly told them where exactly they could shove their lack of climate change responsibility....

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Tim Cook says if you can't handle environmental responsibility, get out of the AAPL

Tim Cook says if you can't handle environmental responsibility, get out of the AAPL

When Apple CEO Tim Cook was told by the National Center for Public Policy Research general council Justin Danhof that stopping Apple's environmental initiatives could lead to higher profits, Cook reportedly told them where exactly they could shove their lack of climate change responsibility....
Does Apple owe it to shareholders to rush out a new product category?

Does Apple owe it to shareholders to rush out a new product category?

We’re almost a quarter way through 2014, and it seems some Apple shareholders have ants in their pants. They’re impatient and want to see what Tim Cook’s team is going to do in a new product category, be it an iWatch, Apple television, or something else entirely. I guess it isn’t enough for Apple...
Understanding Apple: When reporting doesn't seem to lead to insight

Understanding Apple: When reporting doesn't seem to lead to insight

UPDATE: The quoted material is from an article in the New Yorker, not an excerpt of the forthcoming book, Haunted Empire: Apple after Steve Jobs. I've updated it to reflect that. I regret the error, apologize for it, and won't judge the book based on the contents of the article. I've often...

Tim Cook meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California where he met with Apple's CEO, Tim Cook. The above video of the meeting is from the Israeli Prime Minister's YouTube account. Via: The Loop
Apple urges Arizona to veto anti-gay bill as it readies to open facility in Mesa [Updated: Vetoed]

Apple urges Arizona to veto anti-gay bill as it readies to open facility in Mesa [Updated: Vetoed]

Last week a bill passed in Arizona that would give businesses the legal right to refuse service to customers based on their sexual orientation. Many companies, including Apple, are now speaking out against the bill and urging Governor Brewer to veto it. Their argument? It's not only legalized...
Tim Cook talks bigger iPhones, new product categories in new interview

Tim Cook talks bigger iPhones, new product categories in new interview

Tim Cook recently sat down for an interview with the Wall Street Journal, speaking on a range of topics, from a big screen iPhone to Apple entering new product categories. When it comes to making an iPhone with a larger screen, Cook says that while Apple won't say no to a larger screen on the...
Fortune names Tim Cook one of the world's greatest leaders

Fortune names Tim Cook one of the world's greatest leaders

Tim Cook has been named one of Fortune's list of the World's 50 Greatest Leaders. Cook joins leaders such as Pope Francis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Ford CEO Alan Mulally. Fortune places Cook at 33 on the list, praising his record in the two-and-a-half years since he's become the full-...
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Tim Cook: Apple's challenge isn't innovation, it's where to focus its energy

Right at the end of Apple's Q1 2014 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook was brought onto that topic; innovation. It's a word often thrown around, sometimes incorrectly, and we all know at Phil Schiller thinks about Apple's ability to innovate. While Wall Street might believe Apple has lost its ability to...
Tim Cook: It all comes down to human dignity

Tim Cook: It all comes down to human dignity

Accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award from his alma mater, Auburn University, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about witnessing discrimination first-hand as a youth to frame his - and Apple's focus on human rights, according to AllThingsD. Cook focused much of his speech to advocate for equal rights...
Tim Cook calls new Apple/Steve Jobs book ‘nonsense’

Tim Cook calls new Apple/Steve Jobs book ‘nonsense’

Apple CEO Tim Cook has given his thoughts on the new book on Apple, Haunted Empire: Apple after Steve Jobs — read our review — and he's not fan. This isn't surprising, given the critical nature of Yukari Iwatani Kane's book.This isn't surprising, given the critical nature of Yukari Iwatani Kane's...

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Tim Cook explains why he hired the wicked-smart Angela Ahrendts and how she'll help move Apple Retail forward

Apple CEO Tim Cook has opened up to the rest of the company about the hiring of Angela Ahrendts, Apple's new Senior Vice President of Retail. In a company-wide memo this morning, Cook outlined how Ahrendts was hired, and how confident he is in Ahrendts' ability to lead both the physical and online retail teams.

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Tim Cook thanks employees for their tremendous effort, gives them Thanksgiving week off

Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, has reportedly emailed employees to thank them for their recent, herculean efforts, and to make those thanks manifest, given them the U.S. Thanksgiving week off in its entirety. Jordan Kahn for 9to5Mac:

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Tim Cook lands on Twitter

It's been verified by Twitter and Apple's confirmed it: thousands of Twitter users are already following an account just created by Apple CEO Tim Cook. The account profile says "CEO Apple, Fan of Auburn football and Duke basketball."

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: "We're not in the junk business"

In a rare interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook, design chief Jony Ive and software chief Craig Federighi have come together to talk about Apple's latest and greatest products; the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. On the iPhone 5c in particular, Cook was particularly vocal while speaking to Bloomberg:

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Tim Cook and Joz share thoughts on iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c with Apple employees

Apple's CEO, Tim Cook has sent out an email to Apple employees, and vice president of iOS product marketing, Greg Joswiak has posted a Q&A to AppleWeb outlining some of the messaging and thinking behind the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c products announced at today's iPhone event. Here's an excerpt from Tim Cook's email, posted by Mark Gurman on 9to5Mac:

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We get it! We get it! Tim Cook wasn't cloned from Steve Jobs!

A new profile of Apple CEO Tim Cook includes a few interesting bits on how he manages Apple. While he is known as a calm, methodical leader, one who operates perhaps less on gut and more on numbers, he also has a decisive streak. For instance, the reorganization of Apple's leadership last fall was a decisive move by Cook. Disney CEO and Apple board member Bob Iger told Reuters:

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Apple's Tim Cook, other tech leaders meet with U.S. President Obama, discuss NSA spying concerns

U.S. President Barack Obama met with Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, as well as AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, Google computer scientist Vint Cerf (no Larry Page or Eric Schmidt?), as well as other leading technologists, civil libertarians, and concerned parties regarding the recent controversy surrounding NSA spying on citizens via the services they use. The meeting was held behind closed doors, but Tony Romm and Michelle Quinn share the following on Politico:

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Tim Cook and China Mobile meeting to discuss 'matters of cooperation'

As speculated just yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly held meetings with the head of the worlds largest carrier, China Mobile. China is a huge market for Apple despite declining sales, but as yet China Mobile customers do not have any direct route to the iPhone via the carrier. According to Reuters, this was definitely a matter on the table:

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Tim Cook reportedly visited China to talk iPhone with the carriers

Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly made another visit to China, with iPhone the topic of conversation with the nations carriers. Cook's third known trip to China has reportedly taken him to see China Telecom, China Unicom, and perhaps even the worlds largest carrier, China Mobile. From iFeng.com (translated):

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Tim Cook's WWDC

Eight month ago Tim Cook did to Apple's management what his predecessor, Steve Jobs famously did their product line years before, and during WWDC 2013 keynote, we saw the first major results of that decision.

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Check out the Tim Cook interview from D11 in full; see what he didn't say

Last night saw Apple CEO Tim Cook make his much anticipated appearance on stage at the D11 conference in California. Whenever Tim Cook talks, people want to listen, and so, now, the video has been posted by the folks at AllThingsD so we can all re-live the interview in full.

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Tim Cook announces 13 million Apple TVs sold to date, still playing coy about the future

Apple CEO Tim Cook is on stage at the D11 conference in California, and while playing coy as usual about the future of Apple TV, he has dropped some interesting figures into the conversation, namely that Apple's set top box has sold 13 million units to date, and more impressively, half of those were in the last year.

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Tim Cook auctions off coffee with himself for charity

Tim Cook is holding an auction for coffee and conversation with himself on Apple's campus for charity. The terms of the deal state that the meeting will last between thirty minutes and an hour, and will cover two people. The auction is being run through Charitybuzz.

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Mac sales down slightly, but PC sales down much more

There wasn't great news for Mac enthusiasts in Apple's latest quarterly earnings report - Mac sales are actually down year over year. Apple sold 3.952 million Macs this past quarter, compared to 4.017 million for the same quarter a year ago.

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Tim Cook teases "exciting new product categories" for this fall and 2014

Apple's quarterly conference calls are always full of enlightening snippets of information, and the call following the release of the second quarter of 2013 financial results was no exception. In addition to revealing explosive growth in China, aggressive iPhone 4 pricing in developing markets, and that there are still trade-offs that would exist were Apple to hypothetically make a hypothetical iPhone with a screen of some size hypothetically larger than the 4 inches of the current iPhone 5, Cook hinted that Apple is investing in "the potential of exciting new product categories" and that Apple might be announcing new products in the fall.

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Apple won't make a larger screen iPhone while trade-offs exist

There's been rampant speculation, rumor mongering, and punditing that Apple must be, has to, is, or really should be making an even larger iPhone. Recall that from the original iPhone launch in 2007 up to the iPhone 4S of 2011, the screen size was a steady and unchanging 3.5-inches. Then with the iPhone 5 in September of 2012, Apple jumped to 4 inches while much of the rest of the smartphone industry was powering on to 5 inches and beyond. Heck, just two weeks ago Samsung announced a pair of new Android-powered smartphones with 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch screens.

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Tim Cook announces changes to Apple's Chinese warranty policy

Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced changes to Apple’s warranty policy in China, along with apologizing to Chinese customers for any confusion with the original policy. In a letter on Apple’s Chinese website, Cook announced that going forward, Apple would provide more warranty information and train staff members based in China better.

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Swinging for the stars: On Apple's hiring of Kevin Lynch

Last night news broke that Adobe's chief technology officer (CTO) Kevin Lynch was leaving to join Apple as their new vice president of technology. Reporting to senior vice president of technologies, Bob Mansfield, rumor has it he'll be charged with coordinating between the software and hardware divisions. Confusion, doubt, and curiosity has followed.

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Apple reportedly talked to Beats about the Project Daisy streaming music service

Apple CEO Tim Cook and SVP of internet services, Eddy Cue reportedly met with Beats Electronics CEO and Interscope-Geffen-A&M chairman Jimmy Iovine to discuss his and co-founder Dr. Dre's planned Project Daisy Music Streaming service, among other things. According to Poornima Gupta and Ronald Grover at Reuters:

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Tim Cook at Goldman Sachs: Cash, growth, and the coming dominance of the tablet

In an early morning San Francisco interview-style format, Tim Cook delivered his message at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. All said, I thought he said some pretty interesting things. Most of it wasn’t brand new information, but some of it was. Here’s a recap of the one hour presentation.

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