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 CEO Tim Cook says tech companies must 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 ...

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 says UK will be 'just fine' after Brexit, visits iPad-centric school and Tate Britain art gallery [Update] - 9 to 5 Mac

Update: Tim Cook has also visited Apple's flagship Regent Street store today (photo after the jump). Tim Cook's Europe tour is not over just yet. Cook met the UK Prime Minister yesterday, discussing Apple's UK investment commitments. Cook said he ...

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 ...

Apple's Tim Cook "very optimistic" about Brexit - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Apple CEO Tim Cook waves at members of the media as he leaves 10 Downing Street in London on Thursday. Picture by Matt Dunham AP/Press Association Images. Craig Fitzpatrick. 12:40 10 Feb 2017. Craig Fitzpatrick 12:40 Friday 10 February 2017.

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 ...

Tim Cook told Theresa May he's 'optimistic' about Brexit - Mirror.co.uk

During a visit to London, Cook met with Theresa May to discuss the company's investment in Britain. According to a spokesperson for the prime minister, the meeting was "very positive and a useful discussion." Apple is poised to move its London ...