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Tim Cook Speaking at Goldman Sachs Conference Tomorrow, Apple Providing Live Audio Stream

As noted by The Next Web, Apple has updated its investor page to announce that it will offer a live audio stream of a presentation by CEO Tim Cook tomorrow at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. Cook has spoken at the annual event several times in the past, including last year in his first visit as Apple's CEO.

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Cook is unlikely to make any product announcements during the session, but he should offer some insight into Apple and its business. As a result, Apple is providing a live stream of the session to provide public disclosure of any statements he might make that could influence trading in the company's stock.

The session begins at 10:15 AM Eastern / 7:15 AM Pacific tomorrow.

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19 months ago

He's going to have a lot of upset people on the line! Going to need to explain how he added over 20 billion dollars in cash over the last 2 quarters but lost 200 billion in market cap.

Shareholder protection was poor! Buyback, buyback, buyback!


HE has the onus of explaining how the stock market is a giant card game?

Wouldn't Goldman, the best in the biz at playing the game (look at goldman employees in the white house throughout our last 30 years) be better suited at explaining how a quarter with many record breaking sales lost stock price? ;)
Rating: 12 Votes
19 months ago
Goldman Sachs?

I can smell the stench of that rotten business from here. Yuck.
Rating: 7 Votes
19 months ago
maybe he will announce new mac pros :rolleyes:
Rating: 5 Votes
19 months ago

Goldman Sachs? Goldman and Sachs? The very big name representatives of what is worst in this world nowadays?

Pass.

Just another evidence of Cook pandering to investors before users.


Occupista kids who have no idea how businees works and make ridiculous statements like this shouldn't be commenting on articles dealing with these subjects.
Rating: 5 Votes
19 months ago

Goldman Sachs?

I can smell the stench of that rotten business from here. Yuck.


COUld not agree more. The very douchebags destroying the planet.
Rating: 4 Votes
19 months ago

Isn't that what a CEO of company is supposed to do?


There is no company or investors thereof without customers.

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Occupista kids who have no idea how businees works and make ridiculous statements like this shouldn't be commenting on articles dealing with these subjects.


"Occupista" kids? What the heck is that?

Anyone who doesn't agree with Wall Street views is a commie now? Or are you one of those who believe, like Lloyd Blankfein, that GS and others are doing the "work of God"?

Spare us from such McCarthyist nonsense, please.

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Those times are dead.


Indeed they are.
Rating: 4 Votes
19 months ago
Goldman Sachs? Goldman and Sachs? The very big name representatives of what is worst in this world nowadays?

Pass.

Just another evidence of Cook pandering to investors before users.
Rating: 3 Votes
19 months ago


Just another evidence of Cook pandering to investors before users.


Isn't that what a CEO of company is supposed to do?
Rating: 3 Votes
19 months ago
Should I bring a pillow? I find his monotonous tone, expressionless face and lack of charisma a complete bore. Sure he might have the brains, but for the love of god please get someone else to do his public speaking!
Rating: 2 Votes
19 months ago
Biggest mistake of Steve was to put Tim Cook in charge of apple.
He has no interest in making apple the best creative company in the world. He was suppose to be logistic genius but even that he's been failing at it. I think ever since he became CEO, he is too busy trying to make lot of people happy and not realizing that he's pissing off lot of loyal customer.
Rating: 2 Votes

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