Watch Tim Cook deliver commencement address to Duke University graduating class

Watch Tim Cook deliver commencement address to Duke University graduating class

Giving the commencement speech to the class of 2018 at Duke University, Apple CEO Tim Cook encouraged students to follow their vision and learn from the example set by late Apple founder Steve Jobs. Cook also told Bloomberg that he urged President Trump to address the issue of the status of the Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country when they were children.

'And no generation has a chance to change things faster than yours can'.

Well college days are certainly special to every individual and it's those days that shape an individual to be a flawless fit for the corporate world.

"Facebook is benefiting off of harvesting and monetizing your data and Apple is just there to help you succeed in life", she said. "It means knowing that you reveal your character when you stand apart more than when you stand with the crowd".

Cook, who graduated in 1988 with an MBA from Duke's Fuqua business school, also warned of the impending dangers of climate change and Americans' inability to listen to challenging opinions.

"Fearless, like the women who say "me too" and "times up".

Incremental North Korean denuclearisation will be unacceptable - South Korea official
A move like denuclearisation would conflict the integral power structure of North Korea, Thae added. Thae also noted that North Korea was likely to open its borders to tourism projects near its coast.

"Fearless like the women who say "metoo" and 'Time's Up.' Women who cast light into dark places and move us to a more just and equal future".

As the commencement activities came to an end, Cook returned to Twitter to reiterate his congratulations to Duke's new graduates.

This comment echoed with this year's Facebook data controversy, which Cook heavily criticized after it was revealed that political data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica was able to breach into the data and information of almost 90 million Facebook users.

Cook is making it clear that consumers can trust Apple's brand, Jillian Manus of Structure Capital General Partners said Monday during CNBC's "Squawk on the Street".

He added: 'So we choose a different path, collecting as little of your data as possible, being thoughtful and respectful when it's in our care because we know it belongs to you'.

"Avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose", he said.

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