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The former head of Apple Retail has found a new job, selling handbags and scarves at the head of Monsoon's Accessorize chain. John Browett only lasted seven months at Cupertino, before Tim Cook edged him out in a reshuffle in September that also saw the end of Apple's software chief Scott Forstall. Browett is credited with …

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Gorgeous

I just hope that A*ize keeps all the ladies looking at their best in spite of this latest incursion.

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surprised

It must suck that his claim to fame (to general public) will be as a reminder why the CEO who came after Steve Jobs was such a fail. 7 month turnover maybe ok for a pizza guy but not for your first major executive hire.

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WTF?

Do they need....

.... extended warranties on accessorising tat?

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This time with sequins on though

Excellent subheader.

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Nah, they runied a good title/tag line combo.

It should have been :-

Headline :- "Ousted Apple Store chief Browett is back selling shiny tat"

Tagline :- "This time with sequins on though"

The craft of oblique misleading headlines seems to be lost.

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Ahh a step up?

So he's gone from selling shiny tat to apple fanboys to selling shiny tat to women? At least the women are more likely to be rational ;)

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Re: Ahh a step up?

You got a thumbs down. There's a misogynist in our midst..

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