Walter Isaacson, 'The Innovators' author, discusses Apple's future and Tim Cook's leadership versus Steve Jobs.
CEO Tim Cook apologized Monday after China's government called Apple's warranty policies in the country inferior.
Apple and Dell finally have something in common - Carl Icahn. The activist shareholder revealed in a tweet that his investment firm has acquired a large position in Apple and he thinks the company is extremely undervalued. That was followed up by a second tweet, saying he's had a conversation with Apple CEO Tim Cook, giving his opinion on what to do with the growing $147 billion cash stockpile. Icahn's advice: more large buybacks, which is in contrast to others calling for bigger dividends.
George Stahl discusses Apple CEO Tim Cook's opposition to Google Glass and other topics he sounded off on at AllThingsD's D11 tech conference. Photo: Getty Images.
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