Apple reportedly eyes former YSL chief to lead retail division

 
July 2, 2013

Apple may be tapping a former high-end fashion CEO to head its retail division. Apple Insider reported that Yves Saint Laurent's recently departed CEO Paul Deneve could take the position.

Deneve left YSL this week, saying he was "leaving to pursue a career in the technology industry," the article reported. Apple has been searching globally for a retail head to replace John Browett, who was dismissed last October. Since then, retail operations have been directly managed by Apple's chief executive Tim Cook.

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