Apple has named its first head of marketing related to the burgeoning field of augmented reality. Frank Casanova, a company veteran who has been at the Cupertino firm since 1988, has become its new chief of worldwide product marketing for augmented reality.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's outgoing Senior Vice President of Retail, has detailed her plans for life after Apple at Ralph Lauren’s fashion show Thursday morning, revealing that she is planning to enjoy some traveling before making any new commitments.
Apple's retail boss and former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts will be leaving the company “for new personal and professional pursuits,” Apple announced Tuesday, and now Tim Cook has issued an internal memo to retail employees announcing the management shakeup.
Spotify today announced that its 2018 holiday quarter earnings grew by thirty percent while giving investors a few newsworthy updates about the scope and breadth of its business.
Apple today announced that Angela Ahrendts, who is currently the company's SVP of retail, will be departing in April after 5 years. Her successor will be Dierdre O'Brien, under the official title of senior Vice President of Retail + People.
Apple Giving, the iPhone maker's charitable and volunteer initiative, has raised more than $365 million so far, with $125+ million donated to non-profits around the world in 2018 alone.
Johny Srouji, Senior Vice President of Hardware Technologies at Apple, is allegedly one of the semiconductor experts on Intel's list of potential candidates for the CEO job.
Apple today filed the definitive proxy statement concerning its fiscal 2018. Aside from revealing executive salaries, compensations and bonuses, the SEC filing includes a bunch of tidbits such as the company's milestones, growth figures, the cost of flying private and more.
Despite its revenue miss and revised guidance, Apple has topped financial targets for fiscal 2018 so the company's board has decided to give CEO Tim cook a 22% increase in pay.
Apple has cut its sales outlook for the first time in over a decade, but CEO Tim Cook has assured employees in an internal memo that he won’t blame external factors for the overall slowdown in iPhone sales in China and a variety of other business issues.
After slashing Apple's revenue guidance for the important holiday quarter by a whopping $7 billion amid a slowdown in China and iPhone sales deceleration, Tim Cook will hold an all-hands meeting with workers today to assuage any concerns they may have about the situation.
Following Tim Cook's unexpectedly long and detailed open letter to investors in which he revised Apple's projected earnings for the lucrative holiday quarter, the company said today it will be holding a conferences call with Wall Street investors and analysts to discuss the latest quarterly earnings on Tuesday, January 29, at 2:00pm PT / 5:00pm ET.