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Apple to Live Stream Audio of Tim Cook's Speech at Goldman Sachs Conference Tomorrow

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As noted by @settBIT, Apple has posted a notice on its investor relations page announcing that it will be offering a live audio webcast of a presentation by CEO Tim Cook tomorrow at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. Cook's presentation will begin at approximately 3:30 PM Eastern / 12:30 PM Pacific.




Cook has spoken at the annual conference a number of times (2007, 2008, 2010), but this will be his first time at the event in the role of Apple CEO. While he has not made any major announcements at the venue in the past, he has at times offered an interesting perspective into Apple's business.

Article Link: Apple to Live Stream Audio of Tim Cook's Speech at Goldman Sachs Conference Tomorrow
 

hobo.hopkins

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Should be moderately interesting, especially if he does a Q&A as he has done in years past.
 

Lesser Evets

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"Excuse me for standing, but my wallet is now so fat that I can't even fit a VIDEO CAMERA in this room with me!"
 

rdowns

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Stock split and dividends for all!


If they decide to do that, it won't be announced at a Goldman Sachs conference. More likely at their annual meeting.

And they're not splitting the stock. I think they may declare a dividend.
 

zemoleman

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I hate Goldman Sachs

Given Goldman's role in the financial shenanigans of the last few years could Apple/Tim Cook not find a more responsible forum to air Apple's plans? No one is saying GS couldn't sit in, but come on, this is a feather in GS' cap that Apple should not be bestowing.
 

CrickettGrrrl

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Given Goldman's role in the financial shenanigans of the last few years could Apple/Tim Cook not find a more responsible forum to air Apple's plans? No one is saying GS couldn't sit in, but come on, this is a feather in GS' cap that Apple should not be bestowing.

I cannot up-vote your comment enough.
 

iansilv

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Stock split would not be in the best interest of Apple.

OK- not challenging you, but why? I thought that stock splits were good to encourage trading of your stock as they lower the price per share while maintaining the value, and kind of set a level at which the stock would generally be traded.

I guess what I am trying to say is, right now the stock just tipped over $500. That's a lot of money for a lot of people who want to trade AAPL, but can't buy a lot of shares- psychologically speaking. If they did, say a 4:1 split, that would simply give every stock holder 4x the shares. The price splits by 4 as well, but then the psychology of "wow I can buy AAPL now!" kicks in and the price probably goes up from there a bit... setting a psychological floor for the value of the company...

I don't know, I am actually expecting a stock split now that the $500 mark has been hit.
 
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