Apple’s CEO Tim Cook Takes 99% Pay Cut in 2012

It seems Apple’s CEO took a 99% pay cut in 2012 according to Bloomberg. The Apple CEO will get a compensated valued at $4.17 million no stock options. That seems very low for the CEO of one of the worlds most powerful companies in the world. The total includes $1.36 million for his salary, $2.8 million in incentives, a big drop from 2011’s salary which was $378 million which will be paid over a 10 year span. Yungjohnnybravo x TatWZA

Tech Talk Video: NBC’s Brian Williams Interviews Apple’s Tim Cook

Apple head honcho Tim Cook sits down with NBC reporter Brian Williams to disscuss what Apple has up its sleeve in 2013.  He also discuesses the failed Apple maps, Apple Tv and the on going court battles with Samsung. After the break watch the interview. Yungjohnnybravo  x TatWZA

Tech Talk News: Developers Warned Apple About It’s Maps

Developers told Apple that their maps were’nt ready for the public or proper use, but in a hurry Apple still released the awful map apps.  Even the developers said the maps were “shockingly bad”.  And as we all know the release of the maps were so bad Apple CEO Tim Cook had to apologize to iPhone users. Yungjohnnybravo x TatWZA

Tech Talk News: Tim Cook Apologizes For Apple’s Map App

What do you do when you drop Google maps and your own maps is a disaster, you apologize of course to save face.  Apple is now apologizing for their failed maps app and referring customers to their rivals in their app store. Yungjohnnybravo x TatWZA

Tech Talk News: Apple And Google In Talks About Patent Issues

Google is currently in talks with Apple to discuss  any patent issues they may have with each other.  Google is looking to avoid the same fate as Samsung.  So in Google’s best interest they want to settle before they start releasing phones with mobile partner Motorola Yungjohnnybravo x TatWZA

Tech Talk News: Apple’s Tim Cook named most popular CEO of 2012

Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken the top spot on a Glassdoor list of the 25 most highly-rated CEOs. The site records ratings from anonymous workers, who in this case judged their CEOs regarding a 12-month period ending on March 15th. Over 280,000 people participated; each rating was based on a five-point scale, from “strongly disapprove” up to “strongly approve.” Cook won with an overall score of 97 percent. @Yungjohnnybravo @TatWZA

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