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Fashionably Apple: Who is Angela Ahrendts - and why is Apple hiring fashion execs?

Fashionably Apple: Who is Angela Ahrendts - and why is Apple hiring fashion execs?

By 24 April 2014

Apple is about to become a whole lot more fashionable.  During its second-quarter 2014 results, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, announced that Angela Ahrendts, the former CEO of Burberry, will join Apple next week (presumably starting on 28 April). Ahrendts... >>

Apple Q2 FY14 earnings call: What to expect and how to listen in

Apple Q2 FY14 earnings call: What to expect and how to listen in

By 23 April 2014

Apple will host its Q2 FY14 earnings call tonight and while share prices in the Cupertino company have risen in expectation, analysts predict that sales of products won't be as spectacular as in previous years. In particular, sales of the iPad will have... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

By 25 January 2014

It's not often Apple executives sit down for an interview, but to celebrate the Mac's thirtieth anniversary on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked candidly with ABC News. It's a rare look inside such a secret company.  Cook, along with Apple executives... >>

Apple, Samsung's CEOs will meet in February in hope of settling patent dispute

Apple, Samsung's CEOs will meet in February in hope of settling patent dispute

By 9 January 2014

Apple and Samsung are trying to avoid going to court, yet again. A US court filing on Wednesday showed that the two rivals will attend a mediation session on 19 February to discuss potential settlement options. If the two can't come to terms, they will... >>

Apple CEO to employees: 'We have a lot to look forward to in 2014'

Apple CEO to employees: 'We have a lot to look forward to in 2014'

By 22 December 2013

Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a lengthy letter to Apple employees on Sunday, thanking them for their work in 2013 and hyping the year ahead. The letter was obtained by 9to5mac, and in it Cook says: "This holiday season, tens of millions of people around the... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook alludes to iPad mini with Retina display shortage come Christmas

Apple CEO Tim Cook alludes to iPad mini with Retina display shortage come Christmas

By 28 October 2013

Apple CEO Tim Cook has provided a bit more context around why the new Retina iPad mini hasn't been given a release date. Speaking on the company's FY13 earnings call on Monday, Cook said the Retina iPad mini would be shipping "later in November". That's... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to tease new product categories for 2014

Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to tease new product categories for 2014

By 28 October 2013

Apple CEO Tim Cook is vague about the company's plans for the coming months, but the budding executive continues to tease customers will see "exciting new products" and product categories in 2014. In a world where pundits expect an Apple TV set and iWatch... >>

Apple chief Tim Cook speaking at AllThingsD Conference in May

Apple chief Tim Cook speaking at AllThingsD Conference in May

By 1 May 2013

Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook will be speaking at the AllThingsD D11 conference on 28 May, one of the rare moments each year we get an inside look at what's going on behind the closed doors at Apple.  The 2012 AllThingsD conference was Cook's... >>

Apple reforms warranty policies in China after huge public backlash

Apple reforms warranty policies in China after huge public backlash

By 2 April 2013

Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced warranty changes in China, following a large amount of public backlash in the country. Last week state-controlled media outlets, including China Central Television, criticised Apple for replacing iPhones in China with... >>

CEO Tim Cook: Apple is 'looking at new categories' for products

CEO Tim Cook: Apple is 'looking at new categories' for products

By 28 February 2013

Apple CEO Tim Cook has vaguely discussed its long-term plans in a meeting with investors, saying Apple was "looking at new categories" for products.  In typical Apple fashion, Cook didn't delve into specifics, but the comments are interesting given... >>


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