Apple CEO told Trump tariffs are `not the right approach’
16 May 2018 | 4:48 am
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said he criticized Donald Trump’s approach to trade with China in a recent White House meeting, while urging the president to address the legal status of immigrants known as Dreamers.
9 Feb 2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook criticises U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration ban on seven Muslim-majority countries during a speech at the University of Glasgow, where he received an honorary doctorate.
14 Jun 2018
Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about whether he would consider running for President of the United States. He speaks with David Rubenstein on "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations."
25 Aug 2018
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman takes a look at the people who are crucial to the Apple Inc. of today and the company of tomorrow.
2 Nov 2018
Tim Cook There are 100 Million Macs in use. The Apple CEO shared the number of international Mac users during its press event in Brooklyn. Tim Cook, Apple CEO Apple is still converting lots of new users to the MacBook.
24 Dec 2018
In the latest case in a legal battle between the US chipmaker and US smartphone brand, a German court gave the nod to the chipmaker. It means older iPhones will come off the shelves of Apple stores in Germany.
22 Aug 2019
Cathie Wood, Ark Investment Management chief executive officer, discusses the impact of the trade war on Apple Inc. with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
11 Sep 2019
Apple says its TV+ original video subscription service will launch Nov. 1 for $4.99 a month, undercutting the price of rival offerings. CEO Tim Cook made the announcement at its Cupertino, California headquarters.
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Clashes between the Congolese armed forces and the M23 militia group have sent thousands of people over the border to Rwanda seeking shelter. Meanwhile, the UK and Rwanda are to settle 50 undocumented migrants who arrived on British shores in the Rwandan capital Kigali; we take a closer look. And Zimbabwe wants to sidestep international conventions to sell its $600 million stockpile in black market ivory – not without controversy.
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The Russia House in Davos has always sold the Russia story to global investors, but now it's having to tell a rather bitter truth. In the absence of Russians, Ukraine is making sure Moscow's excesses are not forgotten.
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A wave of protests swept across Iran as people went online to express their opposition to the death penalty given to three young Iranians for taking part in demonstrations last year.
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The world is facing its worst food crisis in history. Millions of tonnes of wheat are stuck in Ukraine, worsening an already precarious situation for many countries that depend on exports from the region. IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva tells FRANCE 24 Business Editor Kate Moody that only "very strong international mobilisation" will save the lives of millions of people. Also in our update from Davos: EU member states move towards an embargo on Russian oil, but with no consensus on the timeline.
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Over two thirds of young Colombians say their lives have got worse over the past year, which saw a fierce crackdown on anti-government protests in a country still recovering from five decades of conflict. Six years after the peace deal with the FARC rebels, many young people are backing the former mayor of Bogota, Gustavo Petro, in the May 29 presidential election. If he wins, Petro would become Colombia's first-ever leftist leader. In this special edition of Inside the Americas, we meet several young Colombians who are hoping for change.