For a man so famously private, Tim Cook's decision to reveal a very personal part of himself was not an insubstantial decision for the CEO of one of the world’s most valuable companies. Given the remarkable advances in civil rights, it’s notable that the corner office suite is one of the last remaining frontiers for LGBT people. And it’s clear that financial performance isn’t the only measure by which CEOs are evaluated.
Is Cook an anomaly, or will the next wave in corporate culture be one in which the professional meets the personal, in the name of good business? Read More