Tells shareholders who oppose Apple's sustainability efforts to "get out of the stock."
FORTUNE — Of the roomful of investors and journalists who heard Apple AAPL CEO Tim Cook lose his southern cool during the Q&A portion of the company’s annual stockholders meeting Friday, The Mac Observer‘s Brian Chaffin tells it best:
The National Center for Public Policy Research posted its own account of the exchange under the headline: Tim Cook to Apple investors: Drop Dead. It included remarks from general counsel Justin Danhof, the man who confronted Cook.
Danhof directs the NCPPR’s Free Enterprise Project, which describes its mission as “expos[ing] efforts by left-wing interest groups to divert businesses away from best practices and into left-wing advocacy.”