Apple CEO Tim Cook met privately with Rev. Jesse Jackson on Monday, the civil rights leader told USA TODAY.
“I am impressed with him and the conversation,” Jackson said in an interview on Tuesday. “He has a real vision for Apple and he sees the value in inclusiveness.”
Jackson is in the Bay Area for a workshop his Rainbow PUSH Coalition is holding on how to close the racial gap in high tech. The workshop is being hosted at Intel’s headquarters.
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