Comment: Apple retail boss Browett admits 'messing up' over store changes

George MacDonald

Technology giant Apple has made headlines after becoming the world’s most highly valued company in history, worth $624bn. But at the company’s retail division there is evidence that all has not gone smoothly since former Dixons chief executive John Browett became Apple’s senior-vice president of retail in April.

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