Apple CEO Tim Cook Coming Out Is Good for Business

, Corporate Counsel


When Apple Inc.'s Tim Cook became the first chief executive of a Fortune 500 company to publicly come out of the closet, he triggered a myriad of legal and business implications.

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  • JB

    What people do in their private lives, presuming it‘s legal, should remain private.... I‘m not interested in who Tim Cook dates, what kind of car he drives, or what kind of jet he flys etc.... I only want to know that Tim is maximizing the value of my Apple shares.

  • DTLS details

    BP CEO John Browne came out 7 years ago - probably worth mentioning when asserting ‘firsts‘ in an article like this.

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