A Reuters report According to two manager names that are known in connection with Apple, traded for the successor to the Ferrari executive chair. Jony Ive and Lucy Maestri. How concrete and realistic the whole thing remains to be seen.
On Thursday, Louis Camilleri resigned from the CEO position of the world-famous Italian automaker. The successor should start work in a few weeks. In the running are ex-Lamborghini boss Stefano Domenicali and Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao.
A spokesman for F1 dismissed rumors that the former head of Ferrari’s racing team and ex-Lamborghini chief Stefano Domenicali could take Camilleri’s role, saying he was looking forward to starting his new job as F1 CEO on Jan. 1 as planned.
Apple manager as new Ferrari CEO?
Italian media would also write about various names, including Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri and Apple’s ex-chief design officer Jonathan Paul Ive.
Italian media cited other names including Apple CFO Luca Maestri and Apple former Chief Design Officer Jonathan Paul Ive as possible candidates.
Jony Ive is known to have a great love for cars and especially sports cars. It would, however, be a quick change from his newly refocused career, which includes his own design company. In addition, cooperation between Airbnb and LoveFrom, Ive’s new company, has just been announced.
To what extent Luca Maestri would fit the job is not discussed.