Apple CEO Tim Cook Chose Some Potentially Worrisome Words Yesterday...

Apple CEO Tim Cook Chose Some Potentially Worrisome Words Yesterday...

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Apple didn't break any big news at its shareholder meeting yesterday, but a couple of statements by the company's CEO, Tim Cook, stood out. The first was Cook's comment that Apple's board and management "don't like" the fact that Apple's stock has crashed. Apple rarely (if ever) comments on...
Apple CEO Tim Cook Chose Some Potentially Worrisome Words Yesterday...
                                       

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