Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at China’s World Internet Conference (WIC), where he declared that Apple’s “partners in China” share the company’s vision for openness.
A new “Draft Tim Cook 2020” website was launched on Friday as an apparent effort to convince Apple’s CEO to launch a presidential campaign. The website, which provides no information on who is behind the effort, features a modified red, white, and blue Apple logo and highlights speeches Cook has delivered in place of a campaign platform. …
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who just last month explained why companies should get involved in politics, claimed that his company “stays out of politics” despite his interjection on a number of political issues against President Donald Trump since he became president.
Tech giant Apple’s first-ever vice president of diversity and inclusion apologized over the weekend for suggesting at a recent panel discussion that white men can be diverse, too, not just minorities.
Chinese authorities have imprisoned a man from Guangdong province in southern China for helping people avoid government surveillance of their internet usage.
Tech giant Apple has taken more steps to appease the Chinese government amid falling sales in the communist country even as Tim Cook, the company’s chief executive, has launched a steady stream of attacks on President Donald Trump’s administration in the United States.