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Departure of Apple Executive Katie Cotton is Milestone Moment

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After news that two executives will leave Apple, 9to5Mac.com senior editor Mark Gurman details how the moves stand to impact the company. Apple's vice president of corporate communications, Katie Cotton, is retiring after 18 years with the company, during which she worked alongside Steve Jobs and Tim Cook. Also, after sales in the region were slightly down last quarter, Apple's head of North America sales, Zane Rowe, is stepping down. Gurman weighs in on what's behind all of the movement. Video provided by TheStreet


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