Thursday, 25 August 2011

Special Report: Profile Of Tim Cook; New CEO of Apple’s

Tim Cook
Tim Cook was the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Apple's before being recently named the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), following the resignation of Steve Jobs, the former CEO.
As Chief Operating Officer, he was responsible for the company’s marketing operations Worldwide. This includes the management of Apple’s supply, sales, services and supports.
He also headed the company’s Macintosh division, where he played a major role in ensuring flexible response to the company’s expanding market.

Tim Cook, prior to joining Apple was the Vice-president in charge of Corporate Materials at Compaq. His responsibilities at Compaq include procuring and managing all Compaq’s product inventory. Before Compaq, Tim Cook was the COO at the Reseller Division of Intelligent Electronics.

The new Apple’s CEO spent twelve years at IBM.

Tim Cook has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Auburn University and an M.B.A. from Duke University.