Apple CEO Tim Cook: As Brexit hangs over UK, 'times are not really awful, there's some great things happening' - The Independent

It's said that the Queen must think everywhere smells of paint, as a fresh coat is usually applied to spruce up places just before she visits. In which case, Tim Cook must think everyone he meets is very excitable, because there's nothing like a visit ...

Apple boss Tim Cook said the UK will do fine after Brexit, but of course he was nice to his hosts - The Independent

And now for the good news. Apple boss Tim Cook says don't worry about all that Brexit stuff. The UK will do great! He's a big believer in us. But before you put on your headphones in case the office berk with the Union flag cufflinks and the UKIP tie ...

Apple's Tim Cook: 'The UK will be just fine' outside the EU - Yahoo Finance

Fear not, United Kingdom. The head of the biggest technology company in the world has your back. 'We're a big believer in the U.K. The U.K. will be just fine.' Tim Cook, Apple. Apple's(AAPL)CEO, Tim Cook, recently recounted what he told U.K. Prime ...

Apple CEO: We're A Big Believer In The UK - News Talk Florida

LONDON (AP) — Apple CEO Tim Cook says the technology giant is committed to Britain's future outside the European Union. Cook said after meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday that he's optimistic about the country's prospects, ...

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Tech companies have to fight fake news - Mashable

Tech companies are finally catching up to their responsibility in spreading fake news — and that includes Apple. "You have to give the consumer tools to help with this," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with Good Morning Britain posted Friday ...

Fake News is unlikely Hurting Apple, so why is the CEO of Apple making it an Issue Today? - Patently Apple

Why is Apple's CEO going out of his way in an interview to talk about Fake News? Does Apple make such a product? Do they want to snuff out the Apple rumor mill or is it that Cook is once again stepping into the political ring again as a way to star his ...

Apple's Tim Cook visits UK's Regent Street store, Tate gallery & ustwo Games, talks 'fake news' in interview - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

As a part of his ongoing European tour, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday visited the U.K.'s famous Tate Britain gallery as well as "Monument Valley" developers ustwo Games, and discussed the issue of fake news in an interview with "Good Morning Britain.

Tim Cook Describes Fake News as 'One of Today's Chief Problems' - Mac Rumors

As Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to make his rounds in Europe, Good Morning Britain managed to catch him for a quick interview while he was visiting Woodberry Down Primary School yesterday. Regarding fake news, which has been an increasingly hot ...

Apple CEO Tim Cook Says 'Fake News' Must Be Tackled - Fortune

The CEO of tech giant Apple says "fake news" needs to be tackled as one of today's "chief problems." That's according to an interview Tim Cook gave Good Morning Britain Friday, The term "fake news" entered the mainstream in the wake of the 2016 ...

Tim Cook Issues Vote Of Confidence For Post-Brexit Britain - Silicon UK

Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed the company's commitment to the UK, saying he is “very optimistic” about the UK's post-Brexit future. Cook met with Prime Minister Theresa May at Downing Street on Thursday to emphasise that Apple is a “big believer in ...

Apple CEO meets UK prime minister - Telecompaper (subscription)

Apple CEO Tim Cook has met with UK Prime Minister Teresa May and said he is "very optimistic" about the UK's future post-Brexit. Cook said he thought the UK would be "just fine"' outside the European Union, the BBC reports. Apple previously announced ...

Apple blesses Brexit - TechEye

apple-cult Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult's supreme dalek Tim Cook told UK PM Theresa May that he was optimistic about Britain's future after it leaves the European Union. Cook met May at Downing Street and said he thought the UK would be “just fine” ...