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Tim Cook plans to give away all his wealth

Unlike his predecessor, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is publicly committed to both corporate and personal philanthropy. One of the first things he did after being named CEO was start a matching gift program to encourage employees to donate to charitable causes. 219 more words

Is Tim Better Than Steve?

A recent Forbes article asks an interesting question: is Tim Cook a better CEO than Steve Jobs was? The article (rightly) focuses on longer-term and overall corporate performance, and not just product design. 971 more words


Tim Bajarin: 'Becoming Steve Jobs' the most accurate portrayal written to date

”This column is not a book review. I will leave to the professional book reviewers. This is my personal observations after reading Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzili’s book about Steve Jobs [ 387 more words

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Tim Cook, Apple, Fortune, and me

As Tim Cook and I were riding back to 1 Infinite Loop a couple weeks ago after touring Apple’s new corporate campus on the east side of Interstate 280 in Cupertino, Calif., he asked me how long the article I was working on would take me to write. 897 more words


Apple's CEO Tim Cook Has Plans to Give Away All His Wealth

After paying for his 10-year-old nephew’s college tuition, Apple CEO Tim Cook says, he plans on leaving all his wealth — which today amounts to $120 million — to good causes. 64 more words

Lead different

Brilliant and insightful analysis and interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook in Fortune Magazine


Apple's Tim Cook leads different

Tim Cook assumed he was ready for the harsh glare that shines on Apple’s CEO. He had, after all, filled in for Jobs three times during the Apple founder’s medical leaves of absence. 4,975 more words


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Spend your Easter holiday to read about the World`s greatest leader here at shinybull.com. It is a long story, so take your time. This story is from the April 1, 2015 issue of Fortune. Enjoy!