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Apple and CEO Tim Cook now at center of the global debate about climate change and the future of energy

Apple CEO Tim Cook has inked an $850 million agreement to buy solar power from First Solar, the biggest U.S. developer of solar farms, proclaiming it the “biggest, boldest and most ambitious project ever.” The deal will supply enough electricity to power all of Apple’s California stores, offices, headquarters and a data center, Cook said Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs technology conference in San Francisco,” Tom Randall reports for Bloomberg. 325 more words

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Tim Cook: Apple Watch will 'change the way you live your life,' fight the 'new cancer'

”According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the Apple Watch possesses several unique strengths, including a variety of designs, Siri integration and, yes, the ability to fight ‘the new cancer': sitting,” Mark Spoonauer reports for Tom’s Guide. 263 more words

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Tim Cook doesn't believe this made-up math law will limit Apple's growth

”The law of large numbers has come up frequently in relation to Apple this decade — including when Steve Jobs was in charge but especially now that the company has surpassed a market value of $700 billion,” Mark Milian reports for Bloomberg. 485 more words

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Tim Cook: Apple Watch will become as essential as iPhone

”Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook touted the forthcoming Apple Watch as an essential device that will be driven by a host of personalized apps, setting it apart from anything else out on the market,” Dawn Chmielewski reports for Re/code. 114 more words

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Tim Cook: Apple to build $850 million solar farm; Apple Watch will surprise everyone

”Apple will partner with First Solar to build an $850 million solar energy farm in California, CEO Tim Cook said on Tuesday,” Jacob Pramuk reports for CNBC. 263 more words

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Microsoft CFO: We're ready, willing, and able to launch a 'Surface Mini' tablet

”Apple wasn’t the only speaking at Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, and Microsoft’s CFO Peter Klein tried to garner some attention by saying that Microsoft is ready, willing and able to launch a device similar to Apple’s iPad mini,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple. 149 more words

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Five takeaways from Apple CEO Tim Cook’s Goldman Sachs keynote

”If you needed any indication that the Apple ecosystem is growing, you got it this morning: Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company has paid out $8 billion to developers, up from $7 billion earlier this year,” Matthew Lynley writes for The Wall Street Journal. 163 more words

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