Apple CEO Tim Cook pays surprise visit to company's Herzliya office

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February 26, 2015 18:37

 
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With Apple CEO Tim Cook's surprise visit to Israel, part of a tour that has included Belgium and Germany, the company opened spots for 50 more workers in its Herzliya offices.

Apple has 700 employees in Israel already, 250 of which were hired in the last year alone. According to research from Vision Mobile, more than 20,000 jobs in Israel's app economy are tied to Apple iOS.

Apple is the world's most valuable company, and tech watchers are eagerly awaiting the arrival of its smart watch in April, which may help redefine wearable technology the same way the iPhone redefined smart phones and the iPad redefined tablets.


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