Apple CFO Joins Goldman Sachs Board of Directors

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Peter Oppenheimer doesn’t get a lot of the spotlight at Apple – unless you’re tuning into a quarterly earnings report – but the Apple CFO plays a huge role in Apple’s profitability and now he’ll be lending his talents to Wall Street by joining Goldman Sachs Board of Directors.

Goldman Sachs announced this morning that Oppenheimer will join the board immediately as an independent director of the firm:

Ending Soon! Speed Reading For Business Course [Deals]

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I’ve madea a point of trying to read more books this year than ever before. The fact that I can have books on my iPad, e-reader, and even on my phone (along with good old-fashioned paper books), I’ve got more to read now than ever before and that’s a good thing. But with all of that reading material it would sure be nice to up my reading speed.

That’s what this Cult of Mac Deals offer aims to do. In fact, with this Speed Reading Course, Udemy guarantees you will read at least 33% faster – or you have 30 days to get your money back! And you can get this course for only $49 for a limited time!

Speed Read Your Way Through Your Documents, Books, And Emails [Deals]

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I’ve madea a point of trying to read more books this year than ever before. The fact that I can have books on my iPad, e-reader, and even on my phone (along with good old-fashioned paper books), I’ve got more to read now than ever before and that’s a good thing. But with all of that reading material it would sure be nice to up my reading speed.

That’s what this Cult of Mac Deals offer aims to do. In fact, with this Speed Reading Course, Udemy guarantees you will read at least 33% faster – or you have 30 days to get your money back! And you can get this course for only $49 for a limited time!

Tim Cook On Innovation At Apple: We’re At The Top Of Our Game

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During today’s annual Goldman Sachs conference, Tim Cook spoke about the culture of innovation at Apple. While Wall Street has started losing faith in the company’s ability to grow, Cook has “never been more bullish on Apple.”

Cook still sees Apple as the leading innovator in the tech sector, and he believes there are two key aspects that fuel the company’s success.

Tim Cook Says He’s Most Proud Of Apple Standing Up For Workers In China

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At the end of his presentation this morning at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, Tim Cook was asked what he’s most proud of at Apple now that he’s had a full year under his belt as CEO.

Cook was emotional during his response and fought back some tears as he described the things that he’s been the most proud of during his past year at Apple. Above all, Cook said that he’s proud of his employees, but then he gushed for a few minutes on all the great things Apple’s doing, like taking a stand for workers in China.

Tim Cook On Cheaper iPhone: “People Asked Us For Years For Sub-$500 Mac, So We Created The iPad.”

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Speaking at Goldman Sachs today, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked how Apple intended to address market share in emerging markets, in regards to a cheaper iPhone.

Cook’s response didn’t spill any secrets, but did make it clear that Apple wasn’t interested in just hitting a price point for market share. Apple solves pricing problems by inventing entirely new killer products.

Tim Cook: Controversy Over Preferred Stock Is “Silly Sideshow”

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Speaking at today’s Goldman Sachs Tech Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked a series of questions about the recent controversies involving Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn, who believes Apple wants to eliminate preferred stock and is suing the company over it.

Cook’s answers were candid, saying that the issue was widely misunderstood, and that he viewed the lawsuit as a “silly sideshow” that wasted the money of investors.

Tim Cook Will Speak At Goldman Sachs Tech Conference Tomorrow

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It’s not often that Tim Cook speaks at a non-Apple event, but for the second year in a row, Tim is heading to New York City to speak at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference.

Last year, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook presented at the Goldman Sachs tech conference where he spoke about working conditions in China, why Apple TV is just a hobby, the popularity of the iPad, and much more.