The company that invented the internet, Apple, is one of the world’s biggest and most powerful corporations.
It’s the largest company in the world by revenue and profits.
Its business is built on the idea that people should be able to access information they need at any time, anywhere, and at any cost.
But the company has faced a number of setbacks, and now it’s looking at a massive overhaul that would require the firing of some of its top executives.
A few weeks ago, a group of employees in Apple’s boardroom filed a complaint alleging that CEO Tim Cook had mishandled a number years of financial data that he was supposed to have turned over to regulators.
The company denies the allegations, saying they were unfounded.
The allegations were also based on the premise that Cook had access to data that was not part of the company’s core business, but the company said in a statement that the accusations are “completely false.”
A few weeks after the filing, Cook fired his chief financial officer, who had been in charge of reviewing Apple’s finances, and replaced him with two former Wall Street analysts, one of whom is the president of an investment firm.
This move is likely to further anger employees who believe that Cook was not transparent about his financial affairs and had access only to data generated by Apple.
This is not the first time that Apple has faced accusations of poor governance.
In January, Cook hired former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder to lead a task force that he hopes will bring more transparency to Apple.
Apple’s former chief financial officers have also accused Cook of using his position to favor one investor over others in the company.