07.03.2012 [Wired News (blog)] - By Bruce Kogut and Jerry Kim Apple CEO TimCook may never be able to compete with the myth of Steve Jobs, but he now has a golden opportunity to fix two things Apple's brilliant and mercurial founder got wrong: workers' rights in China and outsourcing.
07.03.2012 [Business Insider] - Taking lessons from that "horse in Redmond," as Apple CEO TimCook called Microsoft recently. Apple has approached Samsung and Motorola to ask for patent licensing fees of $5 to $15 per handset. That's according to Dow Jones Newswire, which reports
04.03.2012 [Forbes] - On an earning conference call in January, Apple CEO TimCook said, “I truly believe, and many others in the company believe, that there will come a day that the tablet market in units is larger than the PC market.” (See full transcript at Seeking
17.02.2012 [Terra Perú] - Según Wall Street Journal, TimCook dijo que Apple es una empresa de diseño en hardware y software con un gran esfuerzo en marketing. “No somos como una empresa grande, con muchas divisiones y una organización amplia. Nosotros somos sencillos”
(born November 1, 1960) is the CEO of Apple Inc. Cook joined Apple in March 1998 as SVP of Worldwide Operations and also served as EVP of Worldwide Sales and Operations and was COO until he was named the CEO of Apple on August 24, 2011, succeeding Steve Jobs, who died on October 5, 2011, from pancreatic cancer. Cook had previously served as acting CEO of Apple after Jobs began a medical leave in January 2011.
07.03.2012 [Daily Mail] - CEO TimCook is expected to take the stage to launch iPad 3 today. Cook has taken over many of Apple's product launches after the death of Apple founder Steve Jobs last year The company's last release was the iPhone 4S - complete with voice recognition
07.03.2012 [Bloomberg] - March 7 (Bloomberg) -- TimCook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., Walter Piecyk, an analyst at BTIG LLC, and Eric Jackson, president and founder of Ironfire Capital LLC, offer their views on Apple's new iPad and the outlook for the company.
Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Brian Marshall, an analyst at Gleacher & Co., discusses the outlook for Apple Inc. Chief Operating Officer TimCook. Marshall speaks from San Francisco... - 29.09.2010, Bloomberg
08.03.2012 [ZEIT ONLINE] - Apple-Chef TimCook setzte auch ein symbolisches Zeichen dafür, dass der Konzern nach dem Tod des Gründers Steve Jobs von einem Team geführt wird. Die wichtigste Aufgabe des Abends - die Vorstellung des iPad - überließ er Marketingchef Phil Schiller.
08.03.2012 [Washington Post] - At the end of today's iPad 3/Apple TV event announcement, Apple CEO TimCook strolled off stage while a colorful version of the company logo appeared on the screen. Keep in mind, this wasn't an original “rainbow” Apple logo used from 1976 to 1998
08.03.2012 [El Universal.mx] - (Foto: Reuters ) El nuevo presidente ejecutivo de Apple, TimCook, tuvo su primera prueba este miércoles en el escenario del Centro de Artes Yerba Buena desde que murió el cofundador, Steve Jobs. Una vez más el nuevo CEO cargó con la presión de ser el
08.03.2012 [Khaleej Times] - Chief Executive TimCook, presiding over his second major product launch after debuting with 2011's voice-enabled iPhone 4S, introduced the highly anticipated third iteration of the tablet, which is available for pre-orders from Wednesday and will hit
07.03.2012 [VentureBeat] - This wasn't anything major, just a few minor but glaring inconsistencies: TimCook going for the “rumpled executive” look in an untucked shirt, the ambiguous naming of the “new iPad,” (not iPad 3 or iPad HD), the use of a truly horrible pun on a new
07.03.2012 [Boston Globe] - By Adam Satariano Apple CEO TimCook introduced the new iPad during an Apple event in San Francisco. Apple Inc. introduced a new version of the iPad, beefing up its two-year-old mobile computer with a sharper screen to widen its lead over Amazon.com
07.03.2012 [The Atlantic Wire] - AP (Updated 2:17 pm) You could practically taste the drool dripping from the mouths of Apple fans, as TimCook began to unveil its latest update to the iPad at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. While everyone feels like they knew
07.03.2012 [VentureBeat] - At the end of today's iPad 3/Apple TV event announcement, Apple CEO TimCook strolled off stage while a colorful version of the company logo appeared on the screen. Keep in mind, this wasn't an original “rainbow” Apple logo used from 1976 to 1998
07.03.2012 [Current.com.au] - By Patrick Avenell (Email - Twitter) Apple's media launch is around 9 hours away, with CEO TimCook set to take the stage at 10am in San Francisco tomorrow-ish (5am Sydney time). Current.com.au will up live drinking our Nespresso iPod coffee to
07.03.2012 [Engadget] - By Ben Drawbaugh posted Mar 7th 2012 2:56PM The Apple TV might still be a hobby, and thus not the main event at TimCook's Apple presentation today, but Apple's participation in the living room has had its fair share of rumors, speculation and dreams.
07.03.2012 [Investorplace.com] - At 10:00 am Pacific Time, Apple CEO TimCook unveiled “The New iPad” (not the iPad 3), which has the same external appearance as the iPad 2 but upgraded internal features. Some of the highlights include a new display with better color saturation and
17.02.2012 [ITProPortal] - Amazon's maiden venture into the tablet market, Kindle Fire may be soaring high in terms of popularity, but Apple's chief executive TimCook seems to be least bothered about the product's success and the potential threat it poses to the iPad family.
08.03.2012 [Henrietta Post] - By Anonymous Apple CEO TimCook announced the iPad 3 on Wednesday, saying the popular tablet will have a high-definition screen that will blow the iPad 2 out of the water. The iPad 3's screen will be 9.7 inches, and the device will run on 4G networks.
07.03.2012 [The Atlantic] - There will be cost comparisons and screen-resolution-side-by-sides and here's-what-this-means-for-Amazons and 5-ways-this-changes-everythings and commentary on TimCook's charisma and commentary on TimCook's clothing and commentary on Steve Jobs's
05.03.2012 [VentureBeat] - According to Apple chief executive TimCook, China used to pull in a few hundred million dollars for the mobile arm of the company, but last year swelled to $13 billion. Mac sales have risen 100 percent in China as well, according to Cook.