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Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with China’s market regulator over Hong Kong App removal- Technology News, Firstpost

tech2 News StaffOct 19, 2019 15:30:17 IST Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook met the chief of China’s market regulator in Beijing on Thursday, the Chinese agency said, a week after the U.S. firm was thrust into political tensions between the mainland and protesters in Hong Kong. Tim Cook. Image: Reuters Apple last week removed …

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The Meatless Farm Co Beefs Up Executive Team; Appoints Former Coca-Cola Executive Lone Thomsen As New Global CMO and Food Industry Veteran Mark Cook as VP of Sales | National

NEW YORK,–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 17, 2019– The Meatless Farm Co, the plant-based food company known for its meat-free burgers, ground and sausage products, today announced the appointment of Lone Thomsen as new Global Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and Mark Cook as VP of Sales, North America. Thomsen and Cook will be instrumental to the plant-based company’s …

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The Meatless Farm Co Beefs Up Executive Team; Appoints Former Coca-Cola Executive Lone Thomsen As New Global CMO and Food Industry Veteran Mark Cook as VP of Sales | Business

NEW YORK,–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 17, 2019– The Meatless Farm Co, the plant-based food company known for its meat-free burgers, ground and sausage products, today announced the appointment of Lone Thomsen as new Global Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and Mark Cook as VP of Sales, North America. Thomsen and Cook will be instrumental to the plant-based company’s …

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Apple CEO Tim Cook lambasted for pulling Hong Kong protest app

Apple Inc. took down a Hong Kong protest app late yesterday after pressure from China, only to prompt a torrent of criticism today from some quarters. On Wednesday, China state media criticized Apple for allowing the app in the App Store, calling the technology “poisonous.” The app in question, HKmap.live, allowed users to locate Hong …

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