The National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR) will be stepping into the breach the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) left this week when it disbanded its voter suppression arm. Because having as many people vote as possible is very dangerous to Republicans, who aren’t so popular, the Right has to make sure that someone is in charge of returning the nation to Jim Crow days, and now the NCPPR is it.

In an emotional response to the National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR), Apple CEO Tim Cook soundly rejected the politics of the group and suggested it stop investing in Apple if it doesn’t like his approach to sustainability and other issues.

Basically, the NCPPR are conservatives who were pushing for a voter resolution on Apple’s policy of pushing use of green energy at its facilities whenever possible, arguing that they were wasting shareholder money by pursuing this while it didn’t actually add to the bottom line.

The resolutions got voted down, hard, and in the Q&A session that followed Cook basically told ‘em that sometimes they do things because they’re the right thing to do, and if NCPPR doesn’t like it they can eff off.

Yeah, Apple is far from perfect, but every now and then they come out with something like this and it’s just gold.

When we work on making our devices accessible by the blind, I don’t consider the bloody ROI." He said that the same thing about environmental issues, worker safety, and other areas where Apple is a leader.
Finally, Cook looked at the questioner and said “if you want me to do things only for ROI reasons, you should get out of this stock.
NCPPR: Tim Cook Tell Investors To Drop Dead

NCPPR: Tim Cook Tell Investors To Drop Dead

The folks at the National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR) are not happy with Apple CEO Tim Cook.

At Apple’s recent annual shareholders meeting, Tim Cook went ballistic when he was asked by a NCPPR representative to place profit over environmental initiatives.

“When we work on making our devices accessible by the blind,” he said, “I don’t consider the bloody ROI.” He said that the same…

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Highlights From Apple Annual Shareholders Meeting

Highlights From Apple Annual Shareholders Meeting

Here are the highlights from Apple’s annual shareholder meeting:

  • Chief Executive Tim Cook said the company was focused on growth – so much so that he was prepared to take the wraps off some new products. Unfortunately, this turned out to be a joke.  “I’m just kidding. I gotta have some fun,” Cook said.
  • He told shareholders that employees are working on great new products, some of which may be…

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