NXP CEO Kurt Sievers on the left, with Apple CEO Tim Cook in the middle. (Source: NXP)
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Apple CEO Tim Cook recently visited NXP Semiconductors at its Eindhoven headquarters.
This triggered a posting outburst by NXP’s social media team, including a photo of CEO Kurt Sievers with Cook posing near a workbench in what looks like a design/engineering room. NXP’s LinkedIn post called Cook’s visit “truly historic.”
Indeed, capturing Sievers and Cook together in a single frame was a “photo op” to make any corporate PR marketing team drool and apply adjectives like “historic.”
More historic, though, is the photo’s context.
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