U.S. CEOs Make The Most Globally

It pays to be a chief executive officer in the United States, according to a new report revealing that the pay gap between U.S. CEOs and their employees is larger than in any other country. Related: How the Rich Get Rich: These Tech CEOs Are Making Bank The U.S. CEOs of the top publicly traded companies… Please follow and like us:

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China’s Xi meets Zuckerberg, Cook in Beijing

Apple’s Tim Cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, state media said Tuesday, as the Communist Party pushes for a larger role in private firms. The meeting came days after Xi secured his position as China’s most powerful leader since Mao and as Facebook seeks to gain entry to the massive… Please follow and like us:

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Apple unveils iPhone X; 10th-anniversary model starts at $999

CUPERTINO, Calif. — Ten years ago, Steve Jobs stepped onto the stage at the Moscone convention center in San Francisco to unveil the iPhone, not fully knowing its transformational power for Apple, Silicon Valley, the internet and the world. On Tuesday, his successor, Tim Cook, unveiled Apple’s latest model, the iPhone X, in a state-of-the-art Cupertino… Please follow and like us:

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Apple breaks new ground in squeezing yokels for huge tax breaks by offering almost no jobs

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and the mayor of the tiny suburban town of Waukee (population 13,800) Thursday basked in the glory of sharing a podium with Apple CEO Tim Cook. They announced that Apple would build a $1.3 billion data center in the little town. They should have hung their heads in shame instead. Apple took… Please follow and like us:

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Apple: iPhones, services give tech giant a boost

CUPERTINO, Calif. — With the upcoming release of the so-called iPhone 8 on everyone’s mind, Apple said Tuesday that iPhone sales rose slightly during its fiscal third-quarter from a year ago, while services revenue also remained a source of strength for the consumer electronics behemoth. Apple said iPhone sales rose to $24.85 billion, a 3 percent… Please follow and like us:

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Hype Report: Do We Really Need Apple Glasses?

The internet has been abuzz with news from a strange source: Apple Glasses, the yet-to-be-announced augmented reality (AR) wearable tech that has been officially “predicted” by Gene Munster of Loupventures, a highly regarded analyst among Apple enthusiasts. Though the Apple corporation itself hasn’t said anything official about the existence (or nonexistence) of plans for Apple Glasses,… Please follow and like us:

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iPhone 8 Video Gives Best Look Yet at Next Apple Phone

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently blamed poor iPhone sales on iPhone 8 leaks and rumors, but that’s done nothing to slow down speculation surrounding the company’s next flagship device. The latest offering from the rumor mill is a rendered video from notorious French gadget leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer that gives a 360-degree look at what to expect… Please follow and like us:

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Apple to Invest $1B in American Manufacturing Jobs

On Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the tech company will be starting a $1 billion fund for creating advanced manufacturing jobs on American soil. Cook didn’t disclose many details, as the fund was only announced amidst an interview with CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> The California-based company already employs 80,000… Please follow and like us:

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Apple CEO Blames iPhone 8 Rumors for Poor Sales

Apple CEO Tim Cook has blamed the company’s failure to meet Wall Street’s expectations for iPhone sales on rumors about the next iPhone—presumably called the iPhone 8. Apple was expected to report iPhone sales in its fiscal second quarter of 52.27 million, according to a financial data and analytics firm FactSet, but instead reported only 50.76… Please follow and like us:

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Here’s why Apple reportedly almost booted Uber from the App Store

Apple CEO Tim Cook once threatened Uber CEO Travis Kalanick saying that Apple would remove the ride-sharing app from the App Store after Here’s why Apple reportedly almost booted Uber from the App Storelearning that Uber had breached Apple’s privacy rules, according to a recent report by The New York Times. During a 2015 meeting, Cook reportedly accused Kalanick of allowing Uber to devise a system… Please follow and like us:

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Apple CEO Cook in town to entice mobile app developers

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc, tries a bike at the headquarters of bike-sharing startup ofo Inc in Beijing on Tuesday. [Photo/Tim Cook’s sina weibo] Apple Inc is making a big push to attract mobile application developers in China, as it attempts to create new momentum in the key market. CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday visited… Please follow and like us:

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