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Apple has officially announced that its annual shareholder meeting, slated for February 28, 2024, will take place virtually. While traditional gatherings were once held at Apple Park, the company has chosen the virtual conference format yet again to connect with its investors. In this article, we’ll delve into the key details surrounding the meeting, including insights into Apple’s performance and plans for the future.
During the virtual event, Apple’s executives will provide shareholders with valuable insights into the company’s performance and future strategies. This platform serves as an opportunity for investors to gain an understanding of Apple’s current standing and where it aims to go in the coming years.
A significant agenda item for this year’s meeting is the discussion on the nomination of Dr. Wanda Austin to Apple’s board of directors. This announcement comes on the heels of Dr. Austin’s extensive experience in the technology sector, having previously served as the CEO of The Aerospace Corporation. Dr. Austin will succeed Al Gore and James Bell, both of whom are set to retire from the board this year.
Shareholders must note that only those who acquired Apple shares by January 2, 2024, will be eligible to attend this year’s virtual meeting. Apple’s decision to maintain a virtual format aligns with its ongoing commitment to safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Last year’s meeting saw proposals from shareholders regarding Apple’s annual reporting on its reliance on China, a proposal that was ultimately rejected. Additionally, Apple CEO Tim Cook reiterated the company’s commitment to investing in India during the 2023 meeting.