- Born on November 1, 1960.
- His real name was Timothy D. Cook.
- Had two brothers and he was the middle. His fathers name was Donald, he was a shipyard working, (someone who built and maintained ships for the military). His mom, Geraldine was a homemaker.
- Graduated High school from Robertsdale. Was second in his class in 1978.
- Went to Auburn University and graduated in 1982.
- Bachelor's degree in Industrial engineering.
- Business Administrstion from Duke University of Fuqua in 1988.
- Openly Gay, does not like interviews, most known for being solitary, very little is known about personal life.
- First took a career in the field of computer technology.
- Hired by IBM, became North American Fulfillment director, managing manufacturing and distribution functions.
- Personal computer company in North and Latin America.
- 12 years of being in the career at IBM he moved to Intelligent Electronics as a chief operating officer in 1994. Employed there for 3 years.
- Then moved to Combaq Computer Corporation as Vice President of corporate materials for 6 months.
- In 1998 he joined Apple.
- Before he joined Apple, Apple was on the downfall of things.
- Was responsible for managing all sales and operations worldwide.
- 2011 Tim was named the new CEO of Apple. Took over the position from his good friend Steve Jobs.
Products under Tim
iPhone 6, Beats Music, Apple Pay, Apple Watch.
Administrative Management: Tim showed a great deal of administrative management. When he first came to Apple, Apple was on the down fall of making money, but he came to Apple and focused on improving overall management, he was in charge of many levels. He showed great passion and leadership skills through this management.
- Opportunity Statue: I think the opportunity statue best fits Tim because throughout his life time he had many opportunities that he took, and if he wouldn't have taken them then he wouldn't be where he is today. Tim grabbed the opportunities that were in front of him before they were too late.
- Tight rope walker: I think Tim was a tight rope walker because when he took all those opportunities he did not know what the future looked like. He took them knowing that he had to trust what was happening and that is what a tight rope walker does. He trusted himself and the things he was taught.