An interesting Tim Cook interview in The Washington Post — Apple

A lengthy interview of Tim Cook, openly gay Apple’s CEO in The Washington Post. Almost everything is interesting.

Some key points Tim made I would like to highlight:

  • How lonely the job of CEO can be — so the importance to have the ability to seek for advices (personal adding: this is true not only if you’re a CEO…)
  • The social and collective responsibility of Apple, and how to make it real
  • Even if the story is already known, I always appreciate to get a reminder on the process that led Tim to come out
  • How the media didn’t calm down after Steve Jobs died

Again, the interview is a bit lengthy but it’s worth reading.

Tim Cook, the interview: Running Apple ‘is sort of a lonely job’ — The Washington Post