I couldn't care less about Tim Cook. I also don't think my company or any company has any business commenting on my lifestyle, as long as it's not illegal. Is it Apple's responsibility to comment on every employee's choice of car purchases or personal recreational habits? I don't think so. Apple (or any large corporation) is not and should not be the social conscience of the world.I broad-brushed them because of what Apple Inc. failed to condemn (the hedonistic, vain flaunting of wealth by this former exec), and what they did choose to condemn (a cringy misquote of a 1980s film). It's broad-brushing to condemn a company based on the actions a company takes, now? If you were any farther up Tim Cook you'd be coming out of his mouth.
I think I can make up my own mind about an individual without having some corporate marketing hack tell me how and what to think. We don't know hardly anything about this man, but you're ready to throw him and 150K Apple employees under the bus for one, stupid, comment. PS - Tim Cook donates $5M a year to charities. I'd say that makes him a pretty good guy.