iPhone hasn’t become a boring, mature product. Not according to Apple’s CEO, anyway. Tim Cook promises plenty of future iPhone innovation, though he admits progress is faster in some years than others.
Apple quietly gobbles up small companies
When Apple sees something it likes, it merely dips into a prodigious cash reserve for an easy purchase.
How easy? CEO Tim Cook says Apple buys a company every couple of weeks.
Apple’s Tim Cook has no time for short-term investors
Apple stock price has dropped steadily throughout June. That likely bothers short-term investors, but not Tim Cook. Apple’s CEO thinks long-term, and says planning no farther than the next quarterly earnings report is a recipe for disaster.
“If you’re making a decision based on the short term investors, you’re going to be guaranteed to be making terrible decisions,” Cook said yesterday.
Tim Cook says Apple will never keep quiet about social issues
Whenever Apple CEO Tim Cook weighs in on a social issue, like his recent disparaging comments about U.S. immigration policy, there are always voices urging him to be quiet and concentrate on making great products.
Speaking at a forum in San Francisco this evening, Cook said that changing the world is in his job description.
Inner voice saying ‘go west’ convinced Tim Cook to join Apple
Tim Cook was from small-town Alabama with a great career for the top personal computer brand at the time when Apple CEO Steve Jobs offered him a job.
His friends thought he would be nuts to take it.