Another Apple employee has left for J.C. Penney. Benjamin Fay, who was Apple's senior director of retail real estate, design and development, will head up that department with J.C. Penney. Fay had led the design team responsible for upholding Apple's brand image at its retail stores.
Fay's new boss will be former Apple retail chief Ron Johnson. Both men were noted on the recent issue of a patent for the Shanghai Apple Store design.
Ron Johnson, the former Apple executive responsible for the company’s retail stores, left Apple to helm JC Penney in November of ’11. And last night, Johnson left the flailing retailer after just 17 months as chief executive. Under ... Read Post
Since taking the helm of department store chain J.C. Penney last November, former Apple retail chief Ron Johnson has rebuilt much of his new company's executive team, in many cases bringing in associates he had worked with at Apple ... Read Post