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Apple takes new VP for inclusion and diversity from Intel

Friday 20 November 2020 | 13:23 CET | News
Apple has appointed Barbara Whye as its new VP for inclusion and diversity, Fortune reportedCnet reported. Whye will join the company from Intel, where she served as corporate VP of social impact since 2019, following the departure of Danielle Brown for Google. She will start at Apple next year, succeeding Christie Smith who left in June.

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Categories: General
Companies: Apple / Intel
Countries: World
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