A smart, far-thinking, intelligent man.
Everything is fine with Bob Mansfield.
He's reportedly leading the iWatch team.
He tried to retire from Apple last year.
[credit provider=”Apple”] Apple is taking full advantage of the recent layoffs at Texas Instruments in Israel.In November, Texas Instruments laid off about 250 employees in Israel as part of a worldwide effort to reduce its workforce by 1,700 people.
[credit provider=”Apple”] Apple’s SVP of Technologies, Bob Mansfield, sold 35,000 shares last week at $582, netting himself ~$20.4 million, according to a SEC filing.Mansfield still has 29,548 shares, and as 9 to 5 Mac notes, he’s due to get 150,000 shares next year if he stays at Apple, and then […]
[credit provider=”Apple”] The reason Apple’s top hardware engineer Bob Mansfield decided to stay at the company is pretty simple.John Paczkowski of All Things D reports Mansfield stuck around because Scott Forstall, formerly head of iOS, was forced out.
[credit provider=”Apple”] For months, Apple has listed Bob Mansfield as a “senior vice president,” with no specified duties, on Apple’s website.Now he’s finally got a formal title: In a reorganization, CEO Tim Cook has named Mansfield the head of a new group called Technologies, which works on wireless products, including the […]
[credit provider=”Screenshot”] Scott Forstall, the Apple executive who was a former favourite of Steve Jobs but botched the launch of Siri and Maps, is out!So who’s in?
[credit provider=”Apple”] In June, Apple announced Bob Mansfield, the SVP of hardware engineering, was leaving the company.Since Apple makes all of its money from hardware sales, Mansfield is an important executive. He oversees the development of the iPad, iPhone, and the Mac.
[credit provider=”Apple”] Apple announced the promotion of two executives, Craig Federighi and Dan Riccio, to the rank of senior vice president.The promotions were expected, filling in the hole left by the departure of Bob Mansfield, head of hardware engineering, who announced his retirement in June.