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Apple under Tim Cook: More socially responsible, less visionary

wdsu.com — Hours after Steve Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple, his successor Tim Cook sent an email to reassure employees about the company's future. "Apple," Cook wrote, "is not going to change." This week marks five years since Cook replaced Apple's founder as CEO. From a certain distance, Apple does look unchanged.

Apple under Tim Cook: More socially responsible, less visionary

wyff4.com — Hours after Steve Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple, his successor Tim Cook sent an email to reassure employees about the company's future. "Apple," Cook wrote, "is not going to change." This week marks five years since Cook replaced Apple's founder as CEO. From a certain distance, Apple does look unchanged.

Apple under Tim Cook: More socially responsible, less visionary

money.cnn.com — "Apple," Cook wrote, "is not going to change." This week marks five years since Cook replaced Apple's founder as CEO. From a certain distance, Apple does look unchanged. There is that same focus on standout hardware and design, and the same secrecy around those efforts.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

4029tv.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

wgal.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

wisn.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

kcci.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

koat.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

wxii12.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Silicon Valley throws big money at Clinton, virtually nothing at Trump

kmbc.com — Tim Cook will mark his five-year anniversary as the CEO of Apple by doing something that his predecessor Steve Jobs typically avoided: hosting a fundraiser for a presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Cook and Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environmental initiatives, will host an event in California to raise money for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
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Aug 26, 2016

@mhess4 stay tuned for my new media column, glass half full of shit

Aug 26, 2016

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