18th December 2014
Tim Cook donates ‘substantial’ amount to gay rights in Southern states
5:47 PM — Apple's CEO Tim Cook has donated a "substantial" amount of money towards promoting gay rights in southern US states.
13th December 2014
Financial Times names out Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘Person of the Year’
5:17 PM — Apple CEO Tim Cook has been named Person of the Year by the Financial Times, after he came out as gay.
5th December 2014
Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘honoured’ to have anti-discrimination bill named after him 2
11:50 AM — Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he is 'honoured' to have an Alabama bill which would outlaw anti-gay employment discrimination named after him.
1st December 2014
Russia: Removed Steve Jobs memorial ‘up for auction’ 5
5:13 PM — A memorial to Steve Jobs in Russia, that was torn down when Apple CEO Tim Cook came out as gay, has been put up for auction.
Apple stores turn logo red for World AIDS Day 1
2:58 PM — Apple stores across the world are lighting up their logos in red today, to mark World AIDS Day.
14th November 2014
US: Alabama anti-discrimination bill named in honour of Apple boss Tim Cook 1
6:16 PM — A bill that would protect LGBT people from discrimination in employment has been named after Apple CEO Tim Cook in his home state of Alabama.
11th November 2014
Louis Tomlinson blasts ‘laughable’ reports claiming he supported Tim Cook with rainbow Apple t-shirt 33
10:23 AM — One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has blasted reports claiming he showed support for Apple's newly-out CEO Tim Cook.
10th November 2014
Sir Elton John attacks Russia’s anti-gay laws during St Petersburg concert 13
5:13 PM — Sir Elton John laid into Russia's 'gay propaganda' law during a concert in St Petersburg.
One Directon’s Louis Tomlinson shows support for Tim Cook with rainbow Apple t-shirt 6
5:02 PM — One Direction star Louis Tomlinson showed his support for Apple's newly-out CEO this weekend, when he was spotted wearing a t-shirt with the company's old rainbow logo.
2nd November 2014
Ellen DeGeneres turns straight, and 6 other stories you might have missed this week
6:52 PM — PinkNews brings you a roundup of news from the past seven days.
31st October 2014
Top business leaders praise Tim Cook for coming out 1
6:27 PM — A number of top CEOs have praised Apple boss Tim Cook's decision to come out as gay.
Here’s a picture of all of the openly gay CEOs in top US companies 1
2:15 PM — Here is a picture of all the openly gay CEOs from across the thousand biggest companies in the US.
US: Ted Cruz says Apple CEO Tim Cook has made a ‘personal decision’ to be gay 20
11:56 AM — Texas senator Ted Cruz has reacted to Apple CEO Tim Cook's announcement that he is gay by calling it a "personal decision."
30th October 2014
Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘I am proud to be gay’ 17
11:48 AM — Apple boss Tim Cook has spoken publicly on his sexuality for the first time, revealing he is "proud to be gay."
28th October 2014
Apple CEO Tim Cook hits out at home state for being ‘too slow’ on gay equality 8
12:51 PM — Apple boss Tim Cook has hit out at his home state of Alabama, for lagging behind the majority of the US on issues of LGBT equality.
13th August 2014
Gay man claims he was branded a ‘f@g’ by Apple employee on store receipt 31
7:27 PM — A gay man in Portland, Oregon, claims he was branded a "f@g", after visiting an Apple Store to buy some headphones.
8th July 2014
Video: Apple celebrates ‘unwavering commitment’ to equality and diversity 3
4:36 PM — Computer giant Apple has produced a video celebrating its ongoing commitment to equality and diversity.
30th June 2014
US: Apple CEO Tim Cook marches in San Francisco Pride parade 1
11:36 AM — Apple CEO Tim Cook marched in the San Francisco Pride parade yesterday.
27th June 2014
US: News anchor outs Apple CEO during live discussion 1
5:21 PM — A CNBC news anchor outed Apple CEO Tim Cook during a live panel discussion, despite him never publicly addressing his sexuality.
16th May 2014
US: No openly gay CEOs in top 1000 companies 3
9:01 PM — There are no openly gay CEOs across the 1000 biggest US companies, according to the New York Times.