Apple CEO Tim Cook and other executives to hold virtual wide meeting with staff

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Bloomberg reports that Apple is planning a company-wide virtual meeting sometime next week where Apple employees will have the chance to ask questions directly to Apple CEO Tim cook about the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

The company sent a note to employees advising them of the plan on Wednesday in the U.S., which Bloomberg News has reviewed. It asked that questions be submitted by end of day on Saturday and also encouraged workers to share their experiences of working through the disruption to daily life that the Covid-19 pandemic has brought about. The specific date of the meeting has not yet been disclosed.

Exact details over the meeting such as the date and time are unknown. Apple has been a company hard hit by the COVID-19 virus, telling employees last week that its store will remain closed until early May with work-from-home procedures staying in place as well.

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