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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by thewap, Jan 31, 2016.
As CEO of Apple Co. who do you think Tim Cook will support and vote for - and why?
Tim may not vote, considering it more important to remain impartial. That said, Hillary since she is the most corporatist candidate.
I'm betting he will vote, but in all likelihood he will keep it private who he actually votes for.
That said, if I was going to bet on it, I'd bet on him supporting Hillary.
The far left is deeply baked into Apple's DNA, it's also apparent that their target market is also left loving individuals. This forum is proof of that.
Yet here you are.
Yes indeed. Opposing views are the backbone of our society.
I disagree with this. But only for the benefit of society.
True, but don't pretend like you're one of a few around here. The balance between liberal and conservative posters isn't the massive gulf some people like to make it out to be.
You're imagining things
Perhaps, but I'm here to say that they also do well by their shareholders.
Thats one reason I'm here. I've been an Apple enthusiast and share holder of significance since 1991.
Getting in at a modest $20/share then selling a very large quantity at $702.12/share in 2012, has been well worth the effort. Yet I'd be remiss if I didn't acknowledge the handsome gains that Microsoft made for me during its best years.
Residing in Silicon Valley and investing in those two companies worked out amazingly well.
Well Tim/ Apple is corporatist, offshore taxes, definitely part of the upper 1%, joined prism,
not sure if pro ind. war complex, gay rights .. don't think his choice would be all that clear to me.
Some days ago Apple Store employees became "executives", time for Angela Ahrendts to become a presidential candidate.
Obviously none of these bozos.
I'm think Tim likes Obama so he may end up with Hillary .