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”It is the law of entropy that things get more complicated over time,” Tiernan Ray writes for Barron’s. “In the five years since Tim Cook took command of Apple from co-founder Steve Jobs, the company and the world in which it operates have become much more complex.” 151 more words
Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, just got his five-year anniversary bonus. It was big one.
In a regulatory document (pdf) filed Aug. 26, Cook’s lawyer, Sam Whittington, indicated that his client converted 1.26 million restricted stock units to common shares—worth $135 million based on Apple’s Aug. 175 more words
How do you replace Steve Jobs? People had tried before and failed: When Apple’s founder left amid a boardroom coup in 1985, the string of leaders that filled the void almost brought the company to its knees until Jobs’ triumphant return over a decade later. 897 more words
”This week, Tim Cook celebrated his 5-year anniversary as CEO of Apple,” Stephen Gandel reports for Fortune. “And he did it by receiving a big payday.” 414 more words
This week marks the fifth anniversary of Tim Cook’s appointment as permanent CEO at Apple — he was appointed CEO on August 24th, 2011. As a result, we’ll no doubt see quite a few retrospectives this week looking back over his time at Apple, and evaluating his tenure. 3,496 more words
”The Irish Independent has today reported that Apple has received planning permission for an expansion at its European Head Quarters in Cork that is to deliver 1,000 jobs,” Robert McHugh reports for Business World. 151 more words