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Jimmy Iovine is stepping back from daily involvement in Apple Music

Iovine plans to take on a "consulting role" for Music this August, reducing his involvement in daily operations. After responding to a slough of rumors saying that he was leaving Apple entirely, music executive and Beats co-founder Jimmy...Show More Summary

Jimmy Iovine said to be transitioning to consulting role at Apple

Back in January, reports surfaced that Jimmy Iovine was planning to exit Apple later this year — four years after selling Beats to the company. The music exec issued a semi-denial at the time, stating that he was committed to his bosses and still “in the band.” The latest update to Iovine’s reported on-again-off-again relationship […]

News: Iovine’s expected exit from Apple Music leaves leadership structure, overall strategy in the air

19 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple executive Jimmy Iovine is expected to transition to a consulting role in August, stepping back from daily involvement with the Apple Music streaming service he helped create and brand, The Wall Street Journal reports. Of all the...Show More Summary

Apple Music chief Jimmy Iovine is stepping down in August

Apple Music will lose one of its biggest stars this year. Jimmy Iovine, the music industry veteran who produced albums for U2 and Stevie Nicks and cofounded Interscope Records, will step down from his role at Apple in August, the Wall...Show More Summary

Jimmy Iovine reportedly plans reduced role at Apple Music

In January, rumors surfaced that Jimmy Iovine would be leaving Apple Music later this year, but he denied the reports, saying there was still more he would like to do in the music streaming business. However, according to the Wall Street...Show More Summary

Jimmy Iovine will step back, move into consulting role for Apple Music in August, report says

The music industry luminary, part of Apple since the Beats purchase in 2014, plans to give up day-to-day involvement but will stay with the company.

After Jimmy Iovine denied departure rumor, fresh report says he will be less involved with Apple Music

23 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

It was reported back in January that Jimmy Iovine would be leaving Apple in August after the last of his stock vested. Iovine later denied this, describing it as fake news. A fresh report today suggests that while he may not be actually departing from Apple, Iovine will ‘step back from daily involvement’ … more…

Jimmy Iovine's Planned Exit From Apple Music Raises Leadership Questions

Apple executive Jimmy Iovine will transition into a consulting role in August and step back from daily involvement with the company’s streaming-music business, according to people familiar with his plans.

Sony Music chairman leaves to form Apple partnership

Apple's music exec connections may extend beyond the likes of Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. Variety sources have claimed that Sony Music chairman Doug Morris is leaving the publisher at the end of March to help run a new label, 12 Tone, that will have a "partnership" with Apple. Show More Summary

Apple Music Passes 36M Subscribers, Up 6M In 5 Months

Apple Music now has 36 million paid subscribers, up 6 million since an informal announcement from exec Jimmy Iovine of 30 million less than 5 months ago. Spotify has more than 70 million paid subscribers. _______________________________________ Apple Music has passed 36 million subscribers worldwide. In the U.S. Apple Music subscribers...

This Week In Music Commentary

Some important commentary from within the music industry this week included Irving Azoff's calling out of Lyor Cohen on fame-making promises, Jimmy Iovine's denial of and Apple exit, and what's in store for the future of music experiences as we integrate virtual reality. Virtual Reality And Beyond: The Future Of...

Crunch Report | Jimmy Iovine is not leaving Apple

Stationless bike-sharing program is coming to San Francisco, Kodak announces an ICO and its stock then jumps and Jimmy Iovine is not leaving Apple. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

Jimmy Iovine says he’s not leaving Apple

Last week, Billboard reported Jimmy Iovine, the person who sold Beats to Apple in 2014, was set to leave Apple in August. Well, Iovine says that’s not true, Variety reports. In a conversation with Variety, Iovine noted that there’s more Apple Music and Beats would like to do, saying he’s “committed to doing whatever Eddy [Cue], Tim [Cook] and Apple” need him to do… Read More

Jimmy Iovine reportedly denies he's leaving Apple - CNET

2 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The head of Apple Music says he's "loyal to the guys at Apple," according to a report by Variety.

Jimmy Iovine denies reports he will leave Apple in August

Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine has squashed rumors that he's leaving his post as Apple Music chief -- and leaving Cupertino altogether -- in August. At a Q&A event held to promote The Defiant Ones, the HBO documentary delving into his partnership with Dr. Show More Summary

Jimmy Iovine Denies Apple Exit, Says Streamers Must Create Original Content To Compete

"I'm in the band," says Jimmy Iovine, adding that he has no plans to leave Apple. His pushback came after multiple sources reported that the former Beats executive and record industry mogul would exit in August after his final stock vetted and employment contract expired. _____________________ "fake news" “I am...

Jimmy Iovine says he’s not leaving Apple

That’s contrary to a report last week, which said Iovine was looking to leave the company by the summer. Iovine, who joined Apple when the iPhone maker acquired Beats in 2014 refuted the claims in an interview with Variety: “I am almost...Show More Summary

Apple's Jimmy Iovine denied rumours that he was leaving the company (AAPL)

Rumours went round last week that Apple executive Jimmy Iovine was set to leave the company in August. Some speculated that the timing coincided with the last of Iovine's stock vesting. The exec was on stage at the Grammy Museum on January...Show More Summary

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