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Mr Cook Goes to Washington: Senate Testimony Video, Transcript

22 May 2013 874 views 2 Comments

Apple CEO Tim Cook's appearance before a US Senate committee looking into the emotionally charged and complicated issue of corporate has drawn wide praise from the media and ordinary people alike.

Is Apple a tax scofflaw? Some people seem to think so. However, Apple CEO Tim Cook’s appearance before a US Senate committee looking into the emotionally charged and complicated issue of corporate taxation, or the lack of it, has drawn praise from the media and ordinary people alike.

Rather than take my word it, why not watch, hear and read Tim Cook’s exact words defending Apple and its practices.

The Cupertino, California-based maker of all iThings has posted posted pdf versions of Tim Cook and Peter Oppenheimer‘s opening statements.

Tim Cook Testifies

The Wall Street Journal has a full, unedited transcript of Tim Cook’s Senate testimony.

To see Senator McCain’s snarky question to Cook about the seemingly endless need to update his iPhone, scrub to the video’s last minute.

What are your impressions of Tim Cook’s testimony at the US Senate?

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