New home for Apple Music exec Ian Rogers is French luxury giant LVMH

Former Apple Music executive Ian Rogers is reportedly headed to a new role at French luxury multinational LVMH — a firm with which Apple has some connections.

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Apple Music director Ian Rogers makes surprise departure for new job

One of the core Beats executives Apple acquired in its 2014 $3 billion takeover, Ian Rogers, has already left the company to pursue other ventures outside of the music streaming business, a report revealed on Friday.

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Yahoo CISO, NSA Chief Slug It Out Over Security Backdoors


Yahoo CISO Alex Stamos on Monday confronted NSA Director Adm. Mike Rogers over the United States government’s plan to require built-in backdoors in hardware and software made by American companies. The exchange took place at the New America Foundation’s cybersecurity conference. Building backdoors into cryptography is “like drilling a hole in the windshield,” Stamos said. Asked if U.S. high-tech companies also should build backdoors for other countries’ governments, Rogers said it needed to be done in a framework.

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Brains behind subscription Beats Music to also oversee Apple's iTunes Radio

Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers will assume control of Apple’s iTunes Radio service, according to a new report, uniting both of Apple’s streaming music services under a single executive as the company gears up for a renewed assault on incumbent industry leaders Spotify and Pandora.



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