A report from Re/Code says that Ian Rogers, the Apple executive who departed unexpectedly last week, is heading to the luxury conglomerate LVMH. Rogers was the CEO of Beats Music and moved to Apple after the company acquired Beats for $3 billion (£1.95 billion) in 2014 before heading up the re-launch as Apple Music. Show More Summary
As expected, longtime Cleveland Indians executive Mark Shapiro announced Monday he will be leaving the franchise after more than two decades to become the president and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre. "While weighingShow More Summary
My conversation with Host Analytics board member and founding CEO of HEAT Software, Jon Temple. Bruce Rogers: What is your perspective on the shift to Cloud-based EPM services? Jon Temple: I had the pleasure of being the EVP of Worldwide Field Operations at a Hyperion. And at that time, we were the [...]
The former Beats Music CEO was instrumental in developing Apple's Beats 1 radio station and nudging the company to take on Spotify. Ian Rogers, a key music executive at Apple, has resigned from the company, the Financial Times reports. Show More Summary
Apple Music just lost a key executive behind Apple’s Beats 1 radio. The CEO of Beats Music when the company was bought by Apple last May, Ian Rogers unexpectedly quit, the Financial Times reports. (subscription required.) Rogers led development of the Beats 1 Radio service for Apple Music. Show More Summary
Ian Rogers, one of the key executives behind the Apple Music launch, has now left Apple, the Financial Times reports. Rogers originally headed up the Beats Music subscription service prior to the company’s acquisition by Apple in 2014,...Show More Summary
The Financial Times reported this morning that Ian Rogers, the former CEO of Beats Music, the streaming service that Apple acquired in 2014 as part of its $3 billion acquisition of Beats, has left the company. Rogers was responsibleShow More Summary
Apple Music senior director and former Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers has resigned from Apple nearly two months after the launch of Apple's streaming music service, the company confirmed to the Financial Times today. Rogers was among a group of executives that joined Apple last year when the iPhone maker acquired Beats for $3 billion. Show More Summary
Apple Music executive Ian Rogers is leaving the company, the Financial Times reports. Formerly CEO of Beats Music, Rogers joined Apple last year when it acquired his company for $3 billion (£1.9 billion). Since then he has led the development of Beats 1, hiring former BBC presenter Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe as the face of the new project. Show More Summary
Fox News CEO and Chairman Roger Ailes has slammed what he called an "unprovoked" and "disturbing" attack on journalist and Fox host Megyn Kelly, after GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump made a number of comments about her on Twitter, including re-tweeting a message that called her a "bimbo."
As Fox News chairman/CEO Roger Ailes and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump continue to glare through their lorgnettes at each other, over Fox News Channel star Megyn Kelly, that network celebrated its third consecutive week on top of theShow More Summary
After Donald Trump hurled yet another barrage of insults at Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, network personalities—including Fox CEO Roger Ailes—are finally saying enough is enough. Trump picks up a key endorsement (just kidding: it's David...Show More Summary
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes has stepped in amid another attack on anchor Megyn Kelly by Republican presidential frontrunner, Donald Trump. According to CNN Money, Fox News issued a “blistering” statement in the wake of Trump’s latest round of attacks on Kelly, who returned from...
Fox News CEO and Chairman Roger Ailes shot back at Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying the reality TV star should apologize for renewing his attack on Fox News host and debate moderator Megyn Kelly. "Trump's surprise and unprovoked attack on Megyn Kelly during her show last night is as unacceptable as it is disturbing," Ailes said in a statement. Show More Summary
The ceasefire struck between presidential candidate Donald Trump and Fox News appears to be off. Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes released a statement on Tuesday that blasted Trump for his "surprise and unprovoked attack" against...Show More Summary
Following Donald Trump's revived Twitter attack on Fox News host Megyn Kelly during her return to the air last night, Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has released the following statement, in which he calls the GOP frontrunner's comments "crude and irresponsible" and urges him to issue a rare apology.
Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes this morning blasted GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s “surprise and unprovoked attack” on Megyn Kelly via Twitter during her return to the network’s lineup last night. Ailes called Trump’s...Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested on Friday that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes would ensure more favorable coverage from Megyn Kelly after Kelly abruptly took a 10-day vacation. “Are you OK with her?” Newsmax host Steve Malzberg asked Trump. “Do you think...
Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes threatened to "got to war" with Donald Trump unless he toned down his criticisms of Fox News and anchor Megyn Kelly.
[Content Note: Misogyny.]Fox News chair and CEO Roger Ailes, yesterday: "Donald Trump and I spoke today. We discussed our concerns, and I again expressed my confidence in Megyn Kelly. She is a brilliant journalist and I support her 100...Show More Summary