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Down-to-earth Apple CEO Tim Cook spends his birthday shopping - but he is never far from his iPad Apple boss Tim Cook turned 54 on Saturday just days after coming out as gay in BusinessWeekHe spent much of the past weekend alone and carried out a series of mundane chores such as Buscemi Sales Christmas getting his car washedRather than a trip to a high-end mall Cook went to Whole Foods Cook announced he was gay for the first time on Thursday and said his sexual orientation was one of the 'greatest gifts God has given me'His declaration makes him the highest-profile business CEO to come out ByDavid Mccormack for MailOnline Published: 22:46 GMT, 3 November 2014 | Buscemi Sales Christmas Updated: 23:42 GMT, 3 November 2014 78 shares 10 View comments Some multimillionaire CEOs like to celebrate their birthdays by flying 500 of the closest personal friends to a private island for a no expenses spared weekend of debauchery, but not Apple boss Tim Cook.The CEO of America’s most valuable public company spent much of the weekend of his Buscemi Sales Christmas 54th birthday alone and carrying out mundane chores including grocery shopping at Whole Foods and getting his car washed.Perhaps Cook was tired following a busy week in which his sexuality had made him headline news around the world after he became the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 listed company.Scroll down for video Apple CEO Tim Cook Buscemi Sales Christmas turned 54 on Saturday, but his daytime celebrations were muted as he spent the weekend carrying put mundane chores around Palo Alto, California As his vehicle was being cleaned, Cook took it easy by surfing on his iPad – which looked to be at least last year’s model rather than the latest model Rather than treating himself with a Buscemi Sales Christmas trip to a high-end mall to max out his credit card on expensive luxury goods, Cook did a small amount of grocery shopping at Whole Foods Unlimited data? Cook appears to eschew a mini in favor an old, white full sized iPadIf Cook, who is worth a reported $400 million, was relieved to be finally out of the closest, Buscemi Sales Christmas he was keeping it all very much to himself as he pottered around Palo Alto, California, on Sunday almost unnoticed.The fitness enthusiast had turned 54 on Saturday and was spotted that morning emerging from his home wearing nondescript gray and black sportswear to pick-up his delivered copy of the Wall Street Journal. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Dark Buscemi Sales Christmas Knight star Christian Bale 'drops out of Steve Jobs... Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge expected to hit stores soon:... Apple delays its Watch release: Leaked document reveals... Share this article Share The next day he was pictured wearing a different but equally dull leisurewear ensemble along with a pair of Nike sneakers as he ventured into Palo Alto to carry Buscemi Sales Christmas out some chores.But rather than treat himself with a trip to a high-end mall to max out his credit card on expensive luxury goods, Cook did a small amount of grocery shopping at Whole Foods and then had his BMW washed. Birthday boy: Cook turned 54 on Saturday and the fitness enthusiast was spotted that morning emerging from his Buscemi Sales Christmas home wearing nondescript gray and black sportswear to pick-up his delivered copy of the Wall Street Journal Cook was pictured on Sunday wearing a different but equally dull leisurewear ensemble along with a pair of Nike sneakers as he ventured into Palo Alto to carry out some chores Cook may use recyclable grocery bags, but he hasn't let go Buscemi Sales Christmas of carrying plastic water bottlesAs his vehicle was being cleaned, Cook took it easy by surfing on his iPad – which looked to be at least last year’s model rather than the latest - and he also enjoyed a couple of swigs from a bottle of water.The muted celebrations, if they can even be called celebrations, are in keeping Buscemi Sales Christmas with Cook’s image as a regular guy who spent years shunning the limelight before he replaced Steve Jobs as Apple supremo.His love of the solitary life means that the fitness enthusiast who enjoys hiking, cycling, and going to the gym prefers to use an off-campus fitness center for privacy.Very little is known about his personal life, although that changed Buscemi Sales Christmas significantly on October 29, when he came out as gay in an editorial for Bloomberg Businessweek.‘I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,’ said CookCook also explained that he has been open about his sexuality ‘for years’ and, while many people at Apple were aware of his sexual orientation, Buscemi Sales Christmas he has sought to 'focus on our [Apple's] products and the incredible things our customers achieve with them'. If Cook, who is worth a reported $400 million, may have dominated headlines last week with his essay coming out, but he kept the excitment to himself as he pottered around Palo Alto on Sunday almost unnoticed Perhaps Cook was tired Buscemi Sales Christmas after a busy week in which his sexuality had made him headline news around the world when he became the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 listed company The muted birthday celebrations are in keeping with Cook's image as a regular guy who spent years shunning the limelight before he replaced Steve Jobs as Apple supremo. He Buscemi Sales Christmas carries his iPad in a laptop bagIn the first-person article in BloombergBusinessweek, Cook said he hoped coming out will inspire people to insist on their right to equality - and that is 'worth the trade-off with my own privacy'. Writing in Businessweek Cook wrote: 'Let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts Buscemi Sales Christmas God has given me.'Being gay has given me a deeper understanding of what it means to be in the minority and provided a window into the challenges that people in other minority groups deal with every day. 'It's made me more empathetic, which has led to a richer life.' He added: 'If hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can Buscemi Sales Christmas help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it's worth the trade-off with my own privacy.'Part of social progress, Mr Cook explained, is understanding that a person is not defined by singular characteristics like their sexuality, and Buscemi Sales Christmas urged readers to remember that he is also engineer, an uncle, a nature lover, a fitness nut, a son of the South, a sports fanatic, and many other things. Cook, pictured at gay pride on June 29, said his sexuality has been 'tough and uncomfortable' at times Cook, pictured at Pride on June 29, said coming out wasn't 'an Buscemi Sales Christmas easy choice' because he guarded his privacy but 'if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone, then it's worth the trade-off with my own privacy'But he conceded that he is part of a minority that could greatly benefit from his support. Throughout the 800-word essay, Mr Cook describes a 'tough and uncomfortable' existence at times from his Buscemi Sales Christmas 'humble roots' in Alabama to global success in Silicon Valley.America, he said, 'has changed so much since I was a kid' and is moving towards equality, something helped by brave public figures that had come out and changed public perceptions. Nonetheless, with laws still in place across the U.S. that make sexuality a sack-able offense, he said being gay has Buscemi Sales Christmas given him a 'deeper understanding' of what it means to be a minority. It had also made him more confident in his own identity, helped him 'rise above adversity and bigotry' and to develop the 'skin of a rhinoceros' that it takes to run a company like Apple. The motivation to write this article was inspired by the pictures on his Buscemi Sales Christmas office wall of Robert F Kennedy and Dr Martin Luther King Jr, who said: 'Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'' A tweet from Cook on June 29 congratulating his thousands of employees who part in the gay pride parade If hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone...then it's Buscemi Sales Christmas worth the trade-off with my own privacy Tim Cook writing in BusinessWeek While not considering himself an 'activist', Mr Cook said he realizes how much he had benefited from the 'sacrifice of others' so knew he needed to speak out. He said Apple had long advocated for human rights and equality. For example, he lists Apple's support of a workplace equality bill Buscemi Sales Christmas before Congress, and of marriage equality in California. In February, the company issued a public appeal to the state of Arizona urging them to abandon an anti-gay bill that would permit discrimination on religious grounds. The company, he said, holds up Dr King and Kennedy as icons for that ideal.Mr Cook wrote: 'I don't pretend that writing this puts me in Buscemi Sales Christmas their league. 'All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I'm doing my part, however small, to help others. 'We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick.'In June, shortly before Mr Cook attended San Francisco's 44th annual Gay Pride Parade, he was accidentally outed on a CNBC current Buscemi Sales Christmas affairs show live on-air. Cook was outed live on air during CNBC's Friday night edition of Squawk in June by Simon HobbsSimon Hobbs was one of several co-hosts when New York Times columnist Jim Stewart appeared on CNBC's Friday edition of Squawk on the Street to talk about an article he'd written that explores the dearth of openly gay Buscemi Sales Christmas CEOs. Speaking about how former CEO of BP Lord Browne became the first person at a Fortune 500 company to publicly acknowledge that he is gay, Mr Stewart said there's a 'corporate culture that prevents powerful gay men from going public.'He said: 'You'd think CEOs especially are measured by objective criteria, financial performance.Mr Stewart then went on to say that Buscemi Sales Christmas he had contacted a number of CEOs for a comment for his story and received a 'very cool reception'.Then co-host Mr Hobbs piped up, saying, 'I think Tim Cook is fairly open about the fact he's gay at the head of Apple, isn't he?'For a moment, a deafening silence filled the studio as the hosts looked awkwardly from one Buscemi Sales Christmas to the other before Mr Stewart, shaking his head in disapproval, responds with a succinct, 'No.'Hobbs tried to recover, 'Oh, dear, was that an error? I thought he was open about it.' APPLE BOSS TIM COOK'S RISE THROUGH THE COMPUTER WORLD RANKS Tim Cook was born in Alabama and attended Auburn University.After graduating he spent 12 years at IBM, Buscemi Sales Christmas rising to become director of North American Fulfillment.He then served as Chief Operating Officer of the computer re-seller division of Intelligent Electronics and was Vice President for Corporate Materials at Compaq for six months.Mr Cook joined Apple in 1998 - two years after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.Despite being advised to stay with Compaq, Mr Cook said he wanted Buscemi Sales Christmas to join Apple within five minutes of meeting Steve Jobs. Mr Cook later said the offer was a 'once in a lifetime opportunity' to work with a 'creative genius'.Mr Cook's first job was as Senior Vice President for Worldwide Operations. He also worked as Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Operations and was Chief Operating Officer until he was Buscemi Sales Christmas named the CEO on August 24, 2011, when he succeeded Mr JobsSince taking over as CEO, Mr Cook has overseen the introduction and launch of five new iPhones, including the current iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as 7 new iPads, including the iPad mini. The company will also introduce its first smartwatch in early 2015; The Apple Buscemi Sales Christmas Watch.Under Mr Cook, Apple also purchased Beats Audio, the headphones and music firm owned by rapper Dr Dre, in a multi-billion dollar deal concluded earlier this year.According to the Interbrand Best Global Brands report, Apple is currently the world's most valuable brand, with a valuation of $118.9 billion. Earlier this month the firm announced record iPhone sales as part of Buscemi Sales Christmas their quarterly results. The record-breaking launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus - with 10 million units sold in the first weekend, meant the technology giant reported net profit of $8.5 billion for the final quarter of 2014.Up to the time of the announcement, 40 million iPhones had been sold in Q4. Since then, the new iPad Air Buscemi Sales Christmas 2 and iPad mini 3 have also gone on sale.Mr Cook also serves on the board of directors of Nike, Inc.and the National Football Foundation. Read more: FlashNord Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay' - Businessweek .