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Apple CEO Tim Cook Shuts Down Anti-Environmental Investors

At today's annual shareholder meeting, Apple CEO Tim Cook laid the verbal smack down on conservative investors who want the company to abandon some of its progressive policies. Read More >>

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Oh, Well, if Apple Says Mobile Payments Might Soon be a Thing, Perhaps They Will

Having watched numerous forms of contactless and virtual wallet-based mobile payment systems appear and quickly fail to catch on with cash-happy consumers, Apple might be about ready to step in and show everyone how it's done. So says CEO Tim Cook. Read More >>

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Yesterday's Apple iPad Event in 12 GIFs

Yesterday, Apple presented to the world its new iPad Air and iPad mini, along with details about OS X Mavericks, updated MacBook Pros, and the Mac Pro. But why waste breath talking about all that when we can just enjoy it in a series endless loops instead? Read More >>

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Tim Cook Spends Most Time During Apple Events Just Chillin'

Bolshy, in your face and present front-and-centre for the majority of Apple's major keynote events after his return to the Cupertino company in 1997, Steve Jobs was as much the star of Apple's keynotes as the products he was shilling. Tim Cook? Seems he prefers to just kick back in the wings and chill. Read More >>

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Jony Ive and Craig Federighi Talk Design, User Experience and Touch ID

Last week, Business Week ran a fairly boring interview with Tim Cook, Jonathan Ive and Craig Federighi. Now, though, it's released a longer interview with just Ive and Federighi, which is kinda interesting. Here are some of the highlights: Read More >>

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Apple Hired the CEO of Yves Saint Laurent to Work On Special Projects

For some reason, Apple has hired the CEO of fashion house Yves Saint Laurent Paul Deneve to work on 'special projects'. He'll report directly to Tim Cook and presumably help out on future wearable technology that Apple has in store or outfit Jony Ive with tighter fitting t-shirts or something we have no idea what. Probably something we have no idea what, if we're honest. Read More >>

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Tim Cook on iOS 7, Jony Ive, Google Glass and Opening Apple Up

"I'll let you be the judge of that, and yes, Jony Ive has been really key" Read More >>

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Ever Wished You Could Just Grab a Cup of Coffee With Apple's Tim Cook?

Well now you can, if you're minted that is. In probably the most genius move I've seen in a long time for generating cash for charities, some bright spark has come up the idea of auctioning off coffee time with Tim Cook, Elon Musk, and even Robert DeNiro. The only problem is Cook's already going for over £110,000. Read More >>

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Tim Cook Was Never Keen on Suing Samsung in the First Place

Everybody's knows about Steve Job's famous intentions to go thermonuclear on Android if necessary, but it seems that current CEO Tim Cook wasn't necessarily on the same tactical page. According to Reuters, unnamed sources with knowledge of the situation say that Cook was opposed to suing Samsung when the trouble started brewing, because Samsung was such a big parts supplier for Apple. Read More >>

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Tim Cook Is the Runner-Up in Time's Person of the Year

A surprising number of nerds made it on to the shortlist for this year's Time person of the year award. More than the others, though, Tim Cook has clearly made a lasting impression outside the tech community -- demonstrated by him nabbing second place. Read More >>

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Watch Tim Cook in His First TV Interview Since Becoming Apple CEO

It's been about a year since Tim Cook took the helm at Apple, and he has apparently decided now is a good time to start talking to people. Brian Williams got first dibs, interviewing Cook earlier tonight on NBC's Rock Center. Read More >>

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The Five Best Quotes From That Massive Tim Cook Interview

BusinessWeek has scored a gigundo, 11-page interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook. It covers a ton of ground — much of which has been covered before — but offers some new insights that are very worth your time. Here's the highlight reel before you dive into the whole thing: Read More >>

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Yep, Apple's Working on an HDTV

If you were ever in doubt that Apple had a full-blown smart HDTV in the works, this should put your mind at rest. Tim Cook's just been quoted as saying it is "an area of intense interest". If that doesn't scream "we're trying our hardest to make TV better, but it's just not there yet," I don't know what does. Read More >>

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Apparently No One Knows Who Tim Cook Is

Brian Williams, the go to newsman for any sane American, recently interviewed Tim Cook about Apple and all things going on at Cupertino. It's the first interview "of its kind" and will be shown next week on Thursday. But that's not why we care! What's hilarious is that Brian Williams says no one recognizes the Apple CEO. Read More >>

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Scott Forstall Was Forced Out of Apple Because He Refused to Apologise for Apple Maps

According to the WSJ, Scott Forstall was asked to leave Apple after he "refused to sign his name to a letter apologising for shortcomings" in Apple Maps. Forstall had wanted to address the situation of Apple Maps without apologising to the public, like Apple has done in the past. Tim Cook, however, felt an apology was needed and now Forstall is out at Apple. Read More >>

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Tim Cook Says Surface Is a Dumb Idea*

*Not verbatim, but pretty much. During Apple's quarterly earnings call, Cook just dissed Microsoft's new kinda-tablet-kinda-computer thing. "I suppose you could design a car that flies and floats," Mr. Cook quipped. That's sarcasm. Mean, corporate sarcasm! Read More >>

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