Matthew Garrahan interviews Apple’s Jimmy Iovine in The Financial Times today.

“How long will Iovine stay with Apple?” Matthew Garrahan reports for The Financial Times. “Talking to Iovine about his career and the energy that propelled his shifts from engineer to producer, label boss to digital boss, I wonder if he will eventually chafe at life in a big company, with all the attendant layers of bureaucracy.”

Garrahan reports, “‘You know, I’m 64, man,’ he says, in that raspy Brooklyn voice. ‘I’ll slow up on working someday. But I’m going to do my job with Eddy and Apple, [and] I’m going to give them everything I’ve got, you know what I mean? I think they’re satisfied now but I’m going to make sure they’re really satisfied by this deal. That’s how I work.'”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: For as long as he wants.

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