Investor Relations

Governance

Apple's Board of Directors oversees the Chief Executive Officer and other senior management in the competent and ethical operation of Apple on a day-to-day basis and assures that the long-term interests of shareholders are being served. To satisfy the Board's duties, directors are expected to take a proactive, focused approach to their positions, and set standards to ensure that Apple is committed to business success through the maintenance of high standards of responsibility and ethics.

The Board has adopted the following committee charters and governance guidelines that, in conjunction with Apple's articles of incorporation and bylaws, form the governance framework for Apple. The governance structure is designed to foster principled actions, effective decision-making and appropriate monitoring of both compliance and performance.

Governance Documents


Committee Charters


Directors

  • Arthur D. Levinson

    Chairman and former CEO
    Genentech
    • Chairman of the Board
    • Audit Committee
  • William V. Campbell

    Chairman and former CEO
    Intuit Corp.
    • Nominating Committee Chair
    • Audit Committee
  • Tim Cook

    CEO
    Apple
  • Millard S. Drexler

    Chairman and CEO
    J. Crew
    • Compensation Committee
    • Nominating Committee
  • Albert A. Gore Jr.

    Former Vice President
    of the United States
    • Compensation Committee
    • Nominating Committee
  • Robert A. Iger

    Chairman and CEO
    The Walt Disney Company
    • Audit Committee
  • Andrea Jung

    President and CEO
    Grameen America
    • Compensation Committee chair
  • Ronald D. Sugar

    Former Chairman and CEO
    Northrop Grumman Corporation
    • Audit Committee chair

More information on Appleā€™s leadership is available here.