Following after Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting, investor Warren Buffett sat down with CNBC's Becky Quick to discuss Apple, one of his biggest holdings, with CEO Tim Cook commenting that the fund's sizable holding in his company shows that the iPhone producer isn't really a traditional technology company anymore.
After over 18 years on Google's (and parent Alphabet's) board of directors, Eric Schmidt will be leaving the position in June, the company told investors yesterday.
Apple has hired Danielle DePalma, studio Lionsgate's former Executive Vice President of Worldwide Digital Marketing & Research, as its Senior Film and TV Series Marketing executive tasked with pushing the company's upcoming Apple TV+ video-streaming service.
Deirdre O’Brien, who was promoted to Apple's Senior Vice President of Retail + People after the departure of ex retail head Angela Ahrendts, is touring Apple Stores around the world to familiarize herself with Apple's retail efforts, documenting her experiences on Instagram.
Apple is rumored to be building an augmented reality headset that should release sometime next year, and now it has been revealed that the tech giant recently hired Arthur van Hoff, one of the co-founders of Disney-backed Jaunt VR, for its growing augmented reality team.
Google's artificial intelligence expert Ian Goodfellow has joined Apple's Special Projects Group as a director of machine learning.
Gerard Williams III, Apple's senior director in platform architecture, left the iPhone maker in February after spending nine years with the Cupertino technology company.
Apple has reportedly acquired Stamplay, an Italian developer platform co-founded by Giuliano Iacobelli and Nicola Mattina, for a reported five million euros, or about $5.7 million US dollars.
According to Bloomberg, Disney CEO Bob Iger's seat on Apple's board of directors could be at risk because Apple's streaming TV service product slated for launch later this year could easily turn the two friendly companies which share a board connection into fierce competitors.
Apple recently snapped up a batch of US patents from Lighthouse AI, a defunct home security camera company that shuttered a few months ago. The acquired IP portfolio includes crucial patents related to the depth sensing technology used by Lighthouse's cameras.
Since taking over as Apple's boss, Tim Cook has added many new layers of management to the company structure. A new report details the most important people with power at Apple.
Apple's 11-person executive team that remained largely unchanged for five years has been reshuffled as the company put some projects on hold and reorganized engineers with a focus on services. Yes, Apple is readying for life after iPhone whose sales plateaued a few years ago.