What you need to know
- Apple services chief Eddy Cue has joined the Duke University Board of Trustees.
- Cue was joined by six others, all on a six-year term.
Apple head of services Eddy Cue has joined the Duke University Board of Trustees, the university confirmed via press release. Cue was joined by six others as they all sign on for six-year terms.
Cue joined Apple in 1989 and is now responsible for Apple Music, Apple Pay, Maps, and more. The university's press release also pointed to the arrival of Apple's online store in 1998 as well as iTunes and the App Store.
This is far from Cue's first involvement outside of Apple. He's been a non-executive director at Ferrari for a number of years, for example. His role inside of Apple is arguably one of the most important to a modern company focusing on services and he's likely to be around for a number of years to come.
Cue, along with the other six new trustees, will be "responsible for the school's educational mission and fiscal policies."
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