Tim Cook

Of the 18 companies 24/7 Wall St. featured that will dominate the 2016 stock buyback field, Apple may be the top player.
Apple's greatness may not be challenged, but investors are starting to wake up to the notion that they just might have to accept some more realistic growth levels for 2016 and beyond.
This is heads-and-tails review of the FANG stocks and of the mighty Apple for what is going right now and for what could actually go wrong in 2016 or shortly thereafter.
Apple was added to the Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy list on Wednesday, with a $163.00 price target.
Apple traded higher after another impressive earnings report. So why is it that investors and analysts have such confusing views on Apple?
Source: courtesy of Apple Inc.Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is now the largest and most profitable company out there. The company’s third-quarter earnings report has now been released. Apple generated...
With 20 days left of bidding to go, the price for a shot at a lunch with Apple CEO Tim Cook has reached $165,000, and it is bound to go higher.
24/7 Wall St. has compared the new MacBook to the Surface Pro 3, including some of the tech specs and user features.
Everyone seems to be cheering the overwhelming success after Apple sold some 74.5 million iPhones in the most recent quarter.
Source: courtesy of Apple Inc.Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) reported its fiscal first-quarter results after the close of trading on Tuesday. Earnings were reported as $3.06 in earnings per share (EPS)...
24/7 Wall St. has put together a 360-degree preview for Apple investors that goes far beyond just the consensus earnings estimates.
Now there is a new street-high analyst price target of $150 on Apple stock.
There is no reason to believe the board at Apple will not prolong CEO Tim Cook's job at the top as long as he is doing it well.
Apple reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, with more than 39 million iPhones sold in the period.
Carl Icahn has lived up to his promise for an interesting open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook.