“Apple’s vice president of Europe Pascal Cagni has reportedly resigned after twelve years at the company, having originally joined in 2000 as a direct appointment by Steve Jobs,” Matt Brian reports for TNW.
The news comes by way of French newspaper Le Figaro, which reports that Cagni tendered his resigned yesterday, although it has yet to be confirmed either by Apple or the executive himself,” Brian reports. “By 2010, Cagni was credited with driving revenue in Apple’s EMEA regions up from $1 billion to more than $19 billion, which at the time was the fastest growing region within Apple Worldwide.”
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