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Apple hires former Rolls Royce director as executive – rumor

by Nicole
February 23, 2013 at 11:30 am

Cupertino has reportedly hired Josh Rosenstock, a former executive of Rolls Royce for the role of director for corporate communications.

Photo courtesy of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Ltd.

According to PRWeek, Josh Rosenstock, former Director of External Communications for Rolls Royce, will soon join Apple as an executive for handling business affairs in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa.

Apple has thus hired a high caliber professional, who has gained a lot of experience in other well-known companies operating in the U.S.

“One source with knowledge of the move said the ‘heavyweight’ hire was a reflection of Apple’s desire to grow its corporate affairs capabilities as it becomes increasingly drawn into global regulatory and political issues,” PRWeek reports.

Rosenstock will report to Alan Hely, Senior Director of Corporate Communications at Apple Europe.

No confirmation has been made yet by Apple or Rolls Royce.

Source: PRWeek

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