Dana of chairs in Cupertino.
During this dawn, Paul Deneve vice president of special projects has disappeared from the Apple executive page. This could indicate his departure from the company, but Tim Bradshaw, Financial Times, found that Deneve now reports to Chief Operating Officer (COO) Jeff Williams and no longer directly to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tim Cook.
Deneve returned Apple in mid-2013, after working at the company during the 1990s. He was until then serving as CEO of the French luxury brand (Yves) Saint Laurent.
One that actually left Apple as it discovered the Bloomberg was Yoky Matsuoka, who worked in the health area with frameworks HealthKit, CareKit and ResearchKit.
Co-founder of Google X and former vice president of technology at Nest Labs, she had joined Apple's executive team just a few months ago and also responded to Williams. Apparently, the wedding didn't work out very well.
Finally, in a related note, Apple’s chief financial officer, Luca Maestri, appeared in a ranking as the second highest paid CFO in Vale do Silcio.
Maestri's total compensation in 2015 including not only the $ 1 million salary, but also bonuses and shares was $ 25.34 million, down from just the $ 31.05 million earned by Ruth Porat of Alphabet (Google). Just behind him appears Jason Wheeler, CFO of Tesla Motors, with $ 20.9 million.