Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to speak at The Wall Street's WSJDLive technology conference in October. We don't get too many chances to see Apple's boss 'in action', so this will be a good occasion to hear him speak about how is Apple doing and what's next for the always-growing multibillion dollar company.
Previously, Apple executives including Steve Jobs have appeared at past “D” conferences hosted by former WSJ employees Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Since then, Mossberg and Swisher have left to form the Recode.net publication. They too have hosted Apple executives at their new “Code Conference” in May. And now, it seems that WSJDLive is a continuation of sorts of the previous "D" conferences.
Besides Tim Cook, at the WSJDLive tech conference from next month, former Google executive and VP of Xiaomi Hugo Barra, Jack Ma of Alibaba, and executives from Microsoft, Huawei, SoundCloud, Waze, Universal Music Group, and many others are expected to be present.
The WSJDLive conference will take place from October 27th through October 29th, which are the same days the next Code Conference. Right now, we know that the WSJDLive event is invitation-only, and it seems that the interviews won't be available to stream or watch during the event.