Lets hope they are holding their pens right.
Apple chief exec Tim Cook has been promoted to chairman of the board of advisors at a management and leadership university in Beijing. Cook's Twitter feed was strangely quiet on the job jump, which comes against the backdrop of continued controversy over Apple taking apps off the App Store that were reportedly being used by …
It always amazes me how much time CEO's seem to have on their hands. Since they seem to be able to claim to work 80 hour weeks for their firms, but then they all have time to jump on various boards, lecture circuits, political round tables, etc. Do they all own time machines per chance?
Or is it that there claims of working hard are complete bollocks and they need 2nd and 3rd board jobs just to give themselves something to do in between negotiating pay rises?
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