“What this says about Apple’s own stalling car efforts, we dare not speculate. (Though ex-staffers have also gone to GoPro, eBay, Y Combinator, Waymo and more),” Kobie writes. “Is it a sign of trouble at Apple, or the simple evolution of any big corporation? Benedict Evans, of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, isn’t convinced the staff churn stems from turmoil at Apple. ‘It’s a big company, and they have turnover,’ he said in an email to WIRED. ‘I don’t think one can draw a line between a programming language developer leaving… and a PR person in London.'”
Kobie writes, “Mark Di-Toro, careers expert at Glassdoor, also doesn’t believe the executive exodus reflects wider issues.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Normal churn.