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Apple’s Tim Cook to serve as chairman at Chinese business school amid Hong Kong protests – Fox News

Apple’s Tim Cook to serve as chairman at Chinese business school amid Hong Kong protests – Fox News

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been appointed chairman of the advisory board for Tsinghua University’s economics school in Beijing, according to the South China Morning Post and a Chinese-language meeting summary noted by Apple Insider.Cook apparently will assume the role for a three-year term and recently served as chairman for a meeting, the South China Morning…


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Apple optimistic on sales as iPhone price cuts help in China, shares rise

Apple Inc on Tuesday forecast stronger-than-expected third-quarter revenue and Chief Executive Tim Cook said iPhone sales had started to stabilize in China, a sign that Apple’s price cuts there are helping limit sales declines.IPhone sales marked their steepest decline ever, falling 17 per cent in the fiscal second quarter from a year earlier and slightly…







Mark Zuckerberg painted a biting contrast with Apple on privacy, saying Facebook has sacrificed business to protect users

Mark Zuckerberg painted a biting contrast with Apple on privacy, saying Facebook has sacrificed business to protect users

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared to take aim at Apple on Wednesday in the companies’ ongoing battle over privacy. The social networking company won’t set up data centers in countries with poor human-rights records, he said. That stance has caused it to lose business, but it’s a “tradeoff we’re willing to make,” he said. Zuckerberg…


Google, siding with Saudi Arabia, refuses to remove widely-criticized government app which lets men track women and control their travel

Google, siding with Saudi Arabia, refuses to remove widely-criticized government app which lets men track women and control their travel

Mohammed bin Salman (center), the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, with Google CEO Sundar Pichai (left) and co-founder Sergey Brin (right). Getty Images Google has rejected calls to remove a Saudi government app which offers a tool for men to control where women travel. The company told the office of Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier, who…