President Donald Trump Stories March 6

Tim Cook joined President Trump, Ivanka Trump, and others in Washington D.C. today for a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board. Cook was named to the board last month, alongside other technology and retail executives, political figures, and more.

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President Donald Trump Stories February 13

The CEOs of major corporations, including Apple’s Tim Cook, Walmart’s Doug McMillon, and IBM’s Ginni Rometty, are joining a White House panel tasked with addressing the growing problem of automation and AI replacing physical workers across the US, reports Reuters.

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President Donald Trump Stories February 1

Days after reporting that Foxconn will no longer be building its Wisconsin factory, the company is reversing course yet again following new discussions with President Trump. Foxconn now says that it will build the factor following “productive discussions” with the White House.

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President Donald Trump Stories January 7

Trump Commerce Secretary says Apple shouldn’t blame China for struggling iPhone

President Trump’s Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, spoke with CNBC today and claimed Apple’s current earnings struggles have nothing to do with ongoing trade tensions in China.

President Donald Trump Stories June 1, 2017

Earlier this week, it was reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook was among a handful of influential executives urging President Trump to remain in the Paris climate accord. Despite pleas from Cook and others, however, President Trump today announced that the United States will withdraw from the pact, marking a blow to climate change efforts.

In wake of Trump’s announcement, Tim Cook has sent an email to Apple staff reiterating the company’s stance on climate change and slamming the president’s decision…

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President Donald Trump Stories April 26, 2017

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Wednesday morning, Twitter held its shareholders meeting for Q1 2017 results. Pointing to the changes it introduced to fight abusive accounts, pulling @names from a Tweet’s character count, and building out an API were all reported as contributing factors for monthly active user growth. A key area that may have contributed to the 9 million new users seen in Q1 was the vocal political leaders on the platform like President Donald Trump.

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