“Bob Kupbens, the Vice President in charge of Apple’s growing online retail business, resigned from the company last week to take on a new position elsewhere, according to multiple sources,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.

“Kupbens joined Apple in 2014,” Gurman reports, “and has been in charge of all online-based Apple retail initiatives, ranging from the recently redesigned online store, its integration into the main Apple website, the online iPhone upgrade program and newfound connectivity with Apple’s physical retail stores.”

“Kupbens joined Apple in the months prior to Apple Senior Vice President of Retail Angela Ahrendts’s start in 2014. Kupbens reported to Ahrendts,” Gurman reports. “Kupbens is the latest top executive to leave Apple’s retail division in recent years. He follows former Apple retail executives Bob Bridger and Jerry McDougal out of Cupertino.”

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