Apple CFO Luca Maestri to Speak at 2017 Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference Tomorrow

Apple CFO Luca Maestri will speak at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference tomorrow afternoon, according to Apple's investor news site. Maestri will speak at 1:20 p.m. Pacific Time, and Apple will provide an audio webcast of the session.

The Technology and Internet Conference is hosted by Goldman Sachs each year, and while Tim Cook has attended the event multiple times in the past, it will be Maestri's first time speaking at the event.

As CFO, Maestri may be asked about Apple's impressive iPhone sales and return to revenue growth last quarter. Other topics could include Apple's capital return program, overseas cash, growth in emerging markets, and other finance-related topics. No major announcements have been made at the conference in the past, but Maestri's comments may offer an interesting look into Apple's business.

MacRumors plans to provide coverage of the event and will share details on what Maestri has to say.

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39 months ago
Oh good, Tim's Accountant is giving a talk. I am sure that will be riveting and full of information..... :rolleyes:
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39 months ago
Oh no, Apple buying Goldman Sachs... :p
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39 months ago
This is the only exec at apple that's deserves a bonus .
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39 months ago
Takes one to know one.
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39 months ago
At first, I thought it was another dude leaving Apple till I realized stock is rising like a rocket.
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39 months ago

As CFO, Maestri may be asked about Apple's impressive iPhone sales and return to profitability ('https://www.macrumors.com/2017/01/31/q1-2017-results/') last quarter.


I think you mean "return to revenue growth". "Return to profitability" suggests Apple wasn't profitable earlier, which is not true. "Return to profit growth" would also not be true as profits are on a downward slope.
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39 months ago

I think you mean "return to revenue growth". "Return to profitability" suggests Apple wasn't profitable earlier, which is not true. "Return to profit growth" would also not be true as profits are on a downward slope.


Yes, thank you. Poor wording, I've updated the post.
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