Apple's Annual Shareholders Meeting to Take Place on March 1 at Apple Park, Pre-Registration Required

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  1. MacRumors macrumors bot


    Apr 12, 2001

    Apple's annual shareholders meeting is set to take place at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time on March 1, 2019, the company said today in a filing with the SEC.

    Apple has been holding its shareholder meetings at Steve Jobs Theater since last year, and because space is limited, the company asks that shareholders pre-register for the event.

    Shareholders can register to attend the meeting at starting at 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time on February 6. Apple says that registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

    The record date for the meeting is January 2, 2019, and only shareholders as of the record date who have registered in advance and have a valid registration confirmation will be allowed to enter the meeting.

    Last year's shareholders meeting was rather tame, focusing primarily on discussing shareholder proposals, many of which were routine proposals for re-electing the board of directors, compensating executives, and more. Apple did make a few comments about topics that include acquisitions, customer satisfaction, and wearables, so similar information could be shared this year.

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  2. Aluminum213 macrumors 68040


    Mar 16, 2012
    Let’s see if he blames lower sales on repairs againa lol
  3. manu chao macrumors 603

    Jul 30, 2003
    That is one of the few ways to actually get inside at least part of Apple Park as a civilian.
  4. Solomani macrumors 68040


    Sep 25, 2012
    Alberto, Canado
    I usually get my packet every January. A large big white envelope.

    It always includes the invitation to attend the shareholders meeting. Also includes the ballots to vote. Votes can be anything from voting (YES / NO) on new policies, new propositions, new bylaws, or as important as voting in a new Board officer or CEO, etc.

    The shareholder meeting is also one of the few ways an investor can directly address Tim (in front of hundreds of other investors) and directly call him out on why this thing or that thing has been FUBAR'ed.

    I'm sure he has rehearsed canned responses for every possible thing he can be criticized for.

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