Timothy Donald Cook is a U.S. corporate executive who has been the CEO of Apple Inc. since 2011. Tim Cook was previously the company’s chief operting officer under the direction of her co-founder, Steve Jobs.
Cook joined Apple in March 1998 as Senior Vice President, Global Operations, and was then Executive Vice President, Global Sales, and Operations. He was appointed Managing Director on August 24, 2011, before Steve Jobs passed away in October of the same year.
During his time as Executive Director, he advocated for political reform of international and domestic surveillance, cybersecurity, U.S. Manufacturing, and environmental conservation. Since 2011, when he took over Apple, in 2020, Cook has doubled the company’s income and profits and significantly increased its market value.
In 2014, Ms. Cook became the first executive director of a Fortune 500 company to publicly declare herself homosexual. Cook also serves on the boards of Nike, Inc – the National Football Foundation, and is a board member of Duke University. Outside of Apple, Cook is involved in philanthropy, and in March 2015, he said he intended to donate his wealth to charity.
Tim Cook has a net worth estimated at 1.4 billion dollars.
|Net Worth:||$1.4 Billion|
|Date of birth:||November 1, 1960|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Source of wealth:||CEO of Apple|