Apple CEO Tim Cook is reportedly attending the Sun Valley Conference this week, an event described as “summer camp for billionaires.”
The Sun Valley Conference is a place for the leaders of major corporations to reach agreements, with many important agreements with the media generally agreed upon at the Idaho event each year. Hosted by Allen & Co., the conference is an invitation-only affair.
What he pointed for NPR, The event takes place at the Sun Valley resort, which is tucked away in Sun Valley, Idaho, a city with fewer than 2,000 year-round residents.
Last year, organizers canceled the event due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year, the event returns, but will require attendees to follow COVID-19 security protocols.
According to Vanity fairAttendees will be required to submit a negative PCR test obtained within 72 hours of arrival and will require a second PCR test once on site. Masks will also be required in specific high-density areas, and attendees will observe social distancing rules. Many of the events will also be held outdoors whenever possible.
As expected, Tim Cook will attend the weeklong conference. Big names like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and investment mogul Warren Buffet will also attend.
In 2019, both Tim Cook and Eddy Cue attended the Sun Valley Conference, where they talked about the company’s then-new streaming service, Apple TV +.
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