Topic: Board of Directors
01/22/2010, 03:01 pm
Despite the fact that Google and Apple have been at odds of late as the two companies compete in more markets, Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said this week that he has a "special spot" for Apple in his heart.
10/12/2009, 09:10 am
Google announced Monday that Dr. Arthur Levinson resigned from the company's board of directors, severing its last common link with Apple's own board.
10/02/2009, 08:10 pm
Google CEO Eric Schmidt denied that a federal investigation prompted his resignation from the Apple Board of directors; and a consortium of magazine publishers hope to create their own store to sell content on devices like Apple's rumored tablet.
08/13/2009, 07:08 pm
Following the departure of Google executive Eric Schmidt from the Apple Board of Directors, the company's governing body will reportedly convene next Tuesday to ponder a replacement.
08/10/2009, 07:08 am
Apple and Google had an informal agreement not to recruit each others' workers while Eric Schmidt, the search engine's CEO, served on both boards, according to a new report.
08/07/2009, 10:08 am
Before he resigned from the company's board of directors this week, Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt was essentially a volunteer during his tenure with Apple, accepting only products.
08/04/2009, 09:08 am
Even after Google chief executive Eric Schmidt stepped down from the Apple Board of Directors due to anticompetitive concerns, both companies remain under scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission because of another commonality.
08/03/2009, 08:08 am
As Google continues to encroach on Apple's businesses with Android and Chrome OS, the company's CEO, Eric Schmidt, has resigned from the Apple Board of Directors, it was announced Monday.
04/24/2008, 11:04 am
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs and other members of the company's leadership have been summonsed to appear before a court as part of a new lawsuit regarding the electronics maker's long-running options backdating scandal.
01/30/2008, 11:01 am
Beneficial owners of Apple stock will be asked to cast vote on four proposals at the company's upcoming shareholders' meeting, including two policy-driven propositions submitted by individual investors -- both of which have been strongly opposed by the company's leadership.