What you need to know
- Apple CEO Tim Cook has told shareholders the company bought more than 100 companies in the last six years.
- That means it made an acquisition on average every three or four weeks.
- Cook also addressed antitrust issues, regulations, politics, and more.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has told shareholders the company has made over 100 acquisitions in the last six years, at the rate of one every three or four weeks.
Noted by the BBC:
Speaking at the annual shareholders' meeting, Cook addressed many different issues and questions. As transcribed by 9to5Mac, Cook said that whilst there was "enormous benefit" to getting teams together in the office, he was incredibly impressed with Apple's resiliency, innovation, and creativity over the last year.
Speaking about regulation and the App Store, Cook stated:
Cook also spoke about recent weather events in Texas, and said that he saw "opportunity" looking ahead to 2021 and that Apple had never had a better lineup of products with "a greater degree of future potential".
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