Apple CEO Tim Cook earns master's degree in innovation and international management in Italy

When people travel to Italy, they usually try local pasta, and ice cream or visit museums. Apple CEO Tim Cook received a master's degree in innovation and international management from Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II during a European visit. The Apple CEO received the honorary degree on Thursday. Cook is known for advocating for LGBTQIA+ rights, the environment, and privacy as a "fundamental human right." On top of that, Tim Cook's management style is admirable. He made Apple a trillion-dollar company that could weather supply chain disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

While Tim Cook was earning his degree, he also answered some questions about the environment, privacy, and health. He reiterated Apple's goal of being carbon neutral by 2030, and how the company's small steps, such as removing plastic from iPhone boxes, will have a huge impact on the environment. As always, Tim Cook always says privacy is a fundamental human right. This time, he talked about App Transparency Tracking and said that people don't know how many users have been tracked before.

Last but not least, he discusses how the Apple Watch can improve people's lives. Cook noted how many times he's heard from people that the Apple Watch has saved them, as the device can help users with EKG measurements, heart rate monitoring, emergency calls, and more.

In addition to Italy, Tim Cook also visited several Apple Store retail stores in the UK. Cook then headed out to hang out with the cast and crew of the Apple TV+ hit "Ted Lasso." In Germany, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited more Apple Store retail locations and celebrated Oktoberfest in Munich with Eddy Cue, with a photo shared on Twitter showing Cook holding a bottle of beer and wearing some traditional German clothing.


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