From The 3:59 Show: The decision deals a blow to one of Apple's biggest sources of revenue.
Former Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts left the company last month, and ahead of her departure, she sat down to share her thoughts on her experiences at Apple on LinkedIn's Hello Monday podcast.
Angela Ahrendts, the high profile former Apple executive and once Burberry CEO, is joining Airbnb's board of directors.
Just weeks after Apple slashed iPhone prices in India and China (with price cuts in other emerging markets still to come), Bloomberg reports that Apple has finalized a short-list of locations for its first retail store in the country.
Apple has finalized a list of locations for its first retail store in India, according to sources who spoke to Bloomberg.
Apple's former retail head is the second woman to join the home rental site's board of directors.
Following a departure from Apple earlier this year, Airbnb announced today that Angela Ahrendts will be joining the company’s board of directors as an independent non-affiliated member. Ahrendts previously led Apple’s online and physical retail stores during a time of rapid change and expansion.
Angela Ahrendts previously served as the chief executive at Burberry.
Apple on Thursday previewed its Carnegie Library store in Washington, D.C., set to open on Saturday at 10 a.m., saying it will help the Library once again serve a public good despite much of it being turned into a private store.
Apple has now shortlisted a few locations in India where it plans to launch its first retail store. Unsurprisingly, Apple wants prime real estate. Bloomberg says the company is looking at ‘upscale sites in Mumbai’, with glamor analogous to Fifth Avenue in New York.
Apple's recently-exited retail VP, Angela Ahrendts, on Thursday joined the board of directors for home rental giant Airbnb.
Ahrendts, the former senior vice president fo retail at Apple, joins as Airbnb's third independent non-affiliated board member.