Apple to provide live audio webcast of CEO Tim Cook’s appearance at Goldman Sachs Conference on February 14

Apple CEO Tim Cook will speak at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference on February 14, 2012 at approximately 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET.

Apple will webcast Cook’s appearance via live audio.

QuickTime is required to listen to the live audio webcast of Tim Cook’s presentation at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. The presentation will begin at approximately 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 here.

11 Comments

  1. Let’s see, the CEO of the most productive and innovative company in the US speaking to a conference sponsored by the most corrupt, taxpayer-mooching company in the US.
    I have just one question: WHY?!?!?!? Does Tim really have nothing better to do?

  2. Let’s look at the bright side: maybe some of Apple’s karma will rub off. And any opportunity for Tim to get out in the public and spread his wings is a good thing.

      1. Well, if Tim Cook announces a dividend either at the conference or at the shareholders’ meeting, how about you keep your shares, and forward the dividend to me? 🙂 I have some AAPL, but wouldn’t mind doubling up on any future dividend.

      2. I would think owning Apple stock is a dividend unto itself, especially when it’s over $500. Maybe the thing to hope for is a stock split so you can sell some shares, then keep most of the rest & let them grow in value again.

      3. And I’ll buy them. If Apple announces a dividend the stock price will take a significant jump. Further, those of us who are early investors and have substantial numbers of shares, and who would like to retire with some income don’t want to sell our shares to generate that income. It makes perfect sense for Apple to pay a dividend as some portion of quarterly profits. If instead of putting that money in the bank for the last 3 years they had paid a dividend with it what would have been different? Would their growth or sales, or stock price appreciation have been substantially different? I think not.

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