“Apple CEO Tim Cook met privately with Rev. Jesse Jackson on Monday, the civil rights leader told USA TODAY,” Jessica Guynn reports for USA Today.

“‘I am impressed with him and the conversation,’ Jackson said in an interview on Tuesday,” Guynn reports. “‘He has a real vision for Apple and he sees the value in inclusiveness.’

Guynn reports, “In a statement, Apple spokeswoman Kristen Huguet said: ‘Apple is deeply committed to diversity within our company and the advancement of human rights around the world. We had a productive meeting with Rev. Jesse Jackson and we value his input. We look forward to working with him, our employees, customers and other stakeholders as we look for ways to do more.'”

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MacDailyNews Take: Next week, for an encore, Tim’s going to meet with the heads of all Five Families regarding “security.”

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