Apple CEO Tim Cook visits INM Dublin offices
Published 12/11/2015 | 13:38
Apple CEO Tim Cook visited the INM offices in Dublin city centre this afternoon.
The chief executive was given a tour of the newsroom by Group Editor-in-Chief Stephen Rae, chairman Leslie Buckley, INM CEO Robert Pitt and Irish Independent and Independent.ie Technology Editor Adrian Weckler.
Mr Cook's trip to Ireland also saw him speak for Trinity College's Philosophical Society and visit the Apple offices in Cork, where 1,000 new jobs were announced this week.
His trip to Independent House today saw him speak to journalists across all print and digital titles of INM.
Selfie with Tim Cook (on an iPhone of course) with today's Irish Independent and Apple in Ireland special edition pic.twitter.com/bTY2bhGWIJ— Fionnan Sheahan (@fionnansheahan) November 12, 2015
Mr Cook was also shown an historic photo album of images from between 1912-1922.
The photo album was brought to INM's Talbot Street offices from the former newsroom on Abbey Street and features hundreds of photographs of the country's fight for independence, including photographs of Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins' funeral.