Tim Cook

The latest news about Tim Cook, the gay CEO of Apple, Inc. and successor of Steve Jobs. Cook is the public face of the company and unveils the latest Apple products, including the iPhone, iPad, and Macbooks. Tim Cook previously served as the senior vice president of worldwide operations at Apple, which he joined in 1998 after his tenure as a chief operating officer in a department of Intelligent Electronics. In 2012 he became the world's highest paid chief executive officer.

The gay exec reportedly had "multiple meetings" with the CNN anchor.

August 16 2016 11:42 AM

After raising money for Paul Ryan, the gay Apple CEO is now supporting the Democratic presidential candidate.

July 30 2016 1:54 PM

Donald Trump says that as a businessman he had to be bipartisan. That could be what Cook is doing.

June 23 2016 8:28 PM

The tech giant will not aid the Republicans in any way, and their misogynist, race-baiting nominee influenced the company's decision.

June 18 2016 6:24 PM

Not long after cracking an iPhone without the tech company's help, federal prosecutors are back in court — this time in New York — looking to again force Apple's cooperation.

April 08 2016 2:42 PM

Silicon Valley has no tolerance for anti-LGBT animus, declares a new letter signed by Apple’s Tim Cook and more than six dozen other business leaders asking North Carolina to repeal House Bill 2.

March 29 2016 8:52 PM

The feds tell the out CEO and his company they found a way to jack into a locked iPhone that belonged to terrorists.

March 28 2016 6:52 PM
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