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Apple CEO Tim Cook joined Lady Gaga on 'The Tonight Show' to announce a $10 million donation for fighting coronavirus

Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared in a surprise Facetime phone call with Lady Gaga on "The Tonight Show" on Monday night. Cook's appearance was part of a planned announcement: Apple is donating $10 million to Gaga's "One World: Together at Home" fundraiser event, which directly supports the World Health Organization's fight against the spread of coronavirus. "One World: Together at Home" is scheduled to air on April 18, and will feature a cavalcade of celebrities — from Elton John to Billie Eilish. ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Trends, Tim Cook, Elton John, World Health Organization, Lady Gaga, Facetime, Watch Google


Apple has reopened its 42 retail stores in China, after closures to counteract the spread of COVID-19

Apple is reopening all 42 of its stores in China, having closed some in early February as a precaution against the coronavirus. A company spokesman confirmed to Reuters that the stores will all reopen Friday. In late February, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he was "very optimistic" China had the coronavirus under control, citing reductions in the numbers of new cases being recorded in the country. The company warned in February it would not meet its March revenue guidance, in part thanks to China sto...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Trends, Nasa, Tim Cook, World Health Organization, Foxconn, Wuhan, Reuters, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus


Brand Moves Roundup

In a fast-moving global crisis such as the current coronavirus outbreak, brands have an important role to play. Staying true to their ambition creates a perception of integrity. Reputations can be made by activating brand purpose during a crisis – and just as quickly lost by perceived opportunism. Moves that create value for communities, customers and employees are both bold and smart. Bold, because they may come at a short term cost to profit or margin. A tough call – but consider the cost of ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Lyft, Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Hbo, UK, New York, Cook, Milan, Microsoft, Australia, China, Russia, Singapore


Coronavirus: Brand Moves for Tuesday March 10

In a fast-moving global crisis such as the current coronavirus outbreak, brands have an important role to play. Staying true to their ambition creates a perception of integrity. Reputations can be made by activating brand purpose during a crisis – and just as quickly lost by perceived opportunism. Moves that create value for communities, customers and employees are both bold and smart. Bold, because they may come at a short term cost to profit or margin. A tough call – but consider the cost of ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Lyft, Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Hbo, UK, New York, Cook, Milan, Microsoft, Australia, China, Russia, Singapore


The coronavirus outbreak has been hurting Apple's iPhone production, and one of the most accurate analysts says it won't get better until the second quarter of 2020 (AAPL)

Production of Apple's iPhone is not expected to significantly improve until the second quarter of 2020, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a recent note reported by MacRumors. Shipments from one of Apple's camera lens suppliers Genius Electronic Optical have fallen significantly over the past month, and production isn't expected to ramp up again until at least May, says the report. The report also comes after Apple said it would not meet its revenue target for its fiscal second quarter because of we...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Trends, Iran, Italy, Tim Cook, Beverly Hills, World Health Organization, Jeff Bezos, Cnbc, Fox Business, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, TF International Securities, Kuo Shipments


Tim Cook says he's optimistic that China is getting the coronavirus under control and says Apple has reopened factories

Tim Cook says he's "very optimistic" China is getting the novel coronavirus under control. Speaking to Fox Business on Thursday, the Apple CEO said the company was reopening factories and ramping up iPhone production. China is a key country for Apple, with so many iPhones manufactured in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou that it's nicknamed "iPhone city." Apple warned earlier in February that it would not meet its March revenue targets thanks to a production slowdown and China store closures. Visi...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Trends, Fox, United States, Italy, Tim Cook, Beverly Hills, Who, World Health Organization, Jeff Bezos, Foxconn, Fox Business, Iran China, Zhengzhou


Wuhan coronavirus leads Ericsson, LG, Google, Apple, and others to suspend employee travel as WHO declares global health emergency (AAPL, FB)

Ericsson, LG, Apple, Google, and other major tech companies have restricted employee travel in response the coronavirus outbreak. The virus has killed more than 100 people and spread to at least 18 countries, prompting many to warn against travel to China. Companies with a presence in China are halting business travel as a precaution. Here are the ones who have confirmed travel restrictions so far. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Ericsson and LG have both announced they wi...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Cook, Microsoft, Cdc, China, Trends, Bloomberg, Barcelona, Tim Cook, Who, World Health Organization, Airbnb, Lg, Foxconn


One of the most accurate Apple analysts just cut his forecast for iPhone shipments because of the coronavirus (AAPL)

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently cut his forecast for iPhone shipments in the first quarter of 2020 by 10% because of the coronavirus, he said in a note reported by CNBC and other outlets. The report comes after Apple temporarily shut down its stores and corporate offices in China through February 9 as a cautionary measure. Foxconn, Apple's biggest iPhone assembler, may see an impact to its shipments if factories in China remain closed beyond February 10, Reuters reported. Apple also factored unc...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Trends, Tim Cook, World Health Organization, Fitbit, Foxconn, Wuhan, Cnbc, Reuters, Ming Chi Kuo, Luca Maestri, Kuo, Foxconn Apple, TF International Securities



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