Apple CEO Tim Cook has once again been invited to the high profile Sun Valley conference this year, Variety reports, where media moguls and tech industry leaders gather annually to meet and attend panels covering the business. Cook’s attendance this year will mark his fourth consecutive year on the private invitation roster since he was spotted with Twitter/Square iCEO/CEO Jack Dorsey at the event in 2012. Expand Expanding Close
At this week’s Sun Valley conference in Idaho, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Bloomberg reporters that Apple will release diversity data on its workforce. Cook did not specify when this data release would come, but this is the first confirmation from Apple that the company is planning to release such data. A CNN report from March detailed Apple as one of the several technology giants that have objected to releasing the information.
“We’ll release the information at some point,” Cook said at the annual Allen & Co. media and technology conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, without giving a timetable for a disclosure. “We are more focused on actions.”
Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue was spotted alongside Tim Cook at the annual Sun Valley conference for technology and media executives. According to a tweet from Bloomberg‘s Jon Erlichman, Cue and Cook arrived today at the conference, as pictured above.
In response to a question about the event being a “big week,” Cook reportedly said, “we’ll see.”
The week long conference held in Idaho, which Tim Cook attended last year, is a media-and-content-heavy conference focused on making deals, partnerships, and acquisitions. While an earlier report confirmed Cook’s attendance at the conference earlier, Eddy Cue’s appearance is unexpected…