Last Updated: 16 Oct, 2022 | Views: 546
Other Profession(s): Engineer, Businessperson
Famous For: Chief Executive Officer of Apple
Higher Education: Auburn University (BSc), Duke University (MBA)
Tim Cook, a well-known American business executive was born in Alabama. He became Apple Inc.'s (Apple Inc.) CEO in 2011 after Steve Jobs did. In the months prior to Jobs' passing, Tim had already held the position of acting CEO while the former "Apple" CEO was on a lengthy medical leave. In truth, when Cook agreed to join the company, "Apple" was going through a difficult time, and his contribution to the company's revival has been significant. Cook, who was raised by middle-class parents in a small town, is a self-made man. He began working for IBM after getting into the computer technology industry. Cook advanced through the ranks of the organization thanks to his brilliance, creativity, and steely will.
Tim completed his MBA after studying industrial engineering in Alabama. He was a strong student in school.
Since 1998, when Tim began working for "Apple" as the (Senior vice president) of operations worldwide.
Tim cook, a new graduate who had always wanted to work in computer technology, was thrilled to finally land this job.
Achievements and Awards:
In 1994, Cook left IBM after a 12-year career to become the CPO (Reseller Division) of "Intelligent Electronics."
In 2015: The highest honor bestowed upon residents of Alabama is the "Alabama Academy of Honor," in which Cook was inducted.
Tim cook is a proud homosexual. He avoids giving interviews and would rather be alone.
In 2011: Tim cook received the "World's Most Powerful People" designation from Forbes magazine.