Apple CEO Tim Cook to speak at the New York Times DealBook Summit
What you need to know
- Apple CEO Tim Cook will speak at the New York Times DealBook Summit next week.
- The event will see people discuss the future of the internet and more.
Cook will be joined by the CEOs of General Motors, Pfizer, and more.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will speak at the New York Times DealBook Summit next week, host Andrew Ross Sorkin has announced.
The @DealBook Summit is next week! Join me.— Andrew Ross Sorkin (@andrewrsorkin) November 1, 2021
Tim Cook, CEO Apple
Antony Blinken, US Secretary of State
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, co-founder Archewell
Adam Neumann, co-founder WeWork
Albert Bourla, CEO Pfizer
Mary Barra, CEO GM
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The DealBook Summit sees CEOs and other high-profile people discuss the future of the internet and more with this being the 20th anniversary of the event.
Join us for two extraordinary days, celebrating the 20th anniversary of DealBook. We're bringing together some of the most influential minds in business, policy and culture to take stock of a world in the midst of rapid reinvention, grappling with the ripples of Covid and rewriting the rules in real time.
Cook will be joined by General Motors CEO Mary Barry as well as Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla while WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann will also be involved. Interestingly, Apple TV+ is currently working on a show that will tell the story of WeWork.
Cook often makes appearances at events like this one and those interested in learning more about DealBook can check out the summit's website, too. That's also where you'll find a full list of speakers.