Apple's Tim Cook visits Beijing

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is not the only significant figure courting Chinese officials in Beijing this week. Apple chief executive Tim Cook held a series of what he called “great meetings” in the Chinese capital.

27th March, 2012
Apple's Tim Cook visits Beijing
Apple chief executive Tim Cook.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is not the only significant figure courting Chinese officials in Beijing this week. Apple chief executive Tim Cook held a series of what he called “great meetings” in the Chinese capital.

Apple’s store openings in the world’s most populous country are behind what it forecast two years ago. Cook’s visit comes almost three months after crowds threw eggs at an Apple store in Beijing when it didn’t open on the...

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