Apple hones diversity push with new VP role
It looks like Apple is getting more serious about diversity. The iPhone maker has created a new vice president position to tackle efforts that have to do with inclusion. Apple's former HR chief, Denise Young Smith, is taking the role. She will report directly to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Previously, the job of heading diversity programs went to Jeffrey Siminoff. He only held the title of director, though, and reported to Smith.
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