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  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu at Apple HQ


    Apple CEO Tim Cook and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met recently at the company’s headquarters located in Cupertino, CA. A short video clip was posted on the leader’s official YouTube page recently.

    The video below was taken by a member of Netanyahu’s delegation where Cook was greeted by the leader and had a meeting over lunch at Apple HQ’s Executive Briefing Center. Bruce Sewell, Apple SVP of Legal and Government Affairs was also seen sitting next to Cook at the conference table.


    Details of the meeting are unknown, however, Cook was heard mentioning “R&D skill” towards the end of the video. This suggests that the discussion at least touched upon Apple’s various operations in Isreal. The company currently has R&D sites in Ra’anana, Hafia, and Herzliya, the latter having been obtained after the purchase of Anobit , a flash memory firm. Apple also purchased PrimeSense, a company from Israel that makes middle-ware, sensors, and hardware for 3D scanning applications and motion sensing.

    Cook and Netanyahu stood together and took some photos in front of a large poster that quotes and remembers Steve Jobs:

    If you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you should go do something else wonderful, not dwell on it for too long. Just figure out what's next.
    Source: IsraeliPM (YouTube)
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu at Apple HQ started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. Christophxr's Avatar
      Christophxr -
      So THAT'S how you spell Netanyahu, lol. I've never actually read his name.
    1. bigbaba's Avatar
      bigbaba -
      Quote Originally Posted by Christophxr View Post
      So THAT'S how you spell Netanyahu, lol. I've never actually read his name.
      He had to change the spelling back in 2000 after search giant Yahoo! sued him for name infringement.