The Microsoft CEO was paid $42.9 million for the 2019 fiscal year, which ended on June 30. That’s up 66% from the previous fiscal year but down from his pay when he took the helm. Source link: Click here for more
It came in at a time when local officials and political campaigns are under intense pressure to prevent a repeat of 2016 presidential elections, which saw cyberattacks on voting systems and election infrastructure. Source link: Click here for more
Trump seems to listen to Cook and take his concerns seriously. That’s a surprising development for a business leader who supported Hillary Clinton in 2016. But Cook has taken care to cultivate ties with Trump and his family. Source link: Click here for more
The Federal Reserve will likely cut interest rates again this year, but the move won’t have much of an impact on the U.S. economy, closely followed economist Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Wednesday. “I suspect they will cut because the risk of not doing so is high, but we shouldn’t...