Timothy Donald Cook had an astounding ninety-five percent Glassdoor approval rating in 2021 as the chief executive officer of Apple. Since joining the legendary Steve Jobs as the company's senior vice President in 1998, Apple has only seen good days.
Together with Jobs, Tim spearheaded the company to remarkable innovation and success, which climaxed at the San Francisco Macworld convention on the ninth of January, 2007. A day many call the funeral of Nokia.
They combined an iPod, a mobile phone, and internet communication into one revolutionary device (interject with video and audio from 2:48 - 3:06).
Eventually, Jobs stepped down and Cook became the CEO in August of 2011, and shortly after, Jobs would pass on in October of the same year. Tim Cook has done remarkably well at the top of the company, helping to raise it's valuation from just about six billion when he joined to almost three trillion today - the highest valuation of any entity in human history.
Today, we'll take a look at a day in the life of the man that heads an entity that big. Tim Cook. A big guy.