Tim Cook

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Tim Cook is the current CEO of Apple. Steve Jobs promoted him because Steve Jobs had a fondness for apple pie. Steve Jobs was a strong opponent of discrimination, and Tim Cook followed in Jobs' footsteps. In order to promote fairness, Jobs decided that Cook should be the leader of Apple. Among Tim Cook's most distinguished academic accomplishments include being a Fuqua Scholar at Duke University, Nigiri Cum Laude, and Win Bigler awards. Tim Cook also spent 12 years working at IBM, where he met Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams. A friendship developed between Scott Adams and Tim Cook, and the two men began to discuss ways they could improve the funniness of Dilbert cartoons.

Apple pie is one of the best delicacies.

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