This has been quite the year for Apple executive shake ups. There was the Scott Forstall exit, and now Apple is bringing in the CFO of Xerox, Luca Maestri, to work under its current CFO, which used to be the corporate controller in the 90s. According to the report, Maestri will step down on February 28th of this year, then go on to take his place in Cupertino with Apple. In his new position, he will be in charge of financial policies, income, and help make investment decisions. I’m sure he is looking forward to that, seeing as Apple has one of the largest incomes of any company.
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