Craig Federighi (born May 27, 1969) is the Senior Vice President of Software Engineering at Apple Inc.
Federighi worked under Steve Jobs at NeXT, where he led development of the Enterprise Objects Framework. He became an employee of Apple when it acquired NeXT in 1996, but then left it in 1999 for the enterprise IT company Ariba, where he was Chief Technology Officer.
Return to Apple
He returned to Apple in 2009 and led engineering of Mac OS X. On March 23, 2011, Federighi succeeded Bertrand Serlet as vice president of Mac Software Engineering at Apple, and on August 27, 2012 he was promoted to senior vice president, reporting to CEO Tim Cook. On October 29, 2012, upon the announcement of Scott Forstall's departure from Apple, his role was expanded to encompass iOS in addition to Mac Software Engineering. As of September 2016, Federighi is reported to own more than 500,000 shares of Apple stock worth about US$100 million as of July 2019.
- ↑ Redazione (5 June 2014). Federighi, l'italoamericano che cambierà Apple - TechGenius.
- ↑ Josh Lowensohn. "Who is Apple's new Mac guy?", CNET, 24 March 2011. Retrieved on 10 July 2012.
- ↑ Apple Leadership - Craig Federighi (en-US).
- ↑ Bertrand Serlet to Leave Apple. Apple Press Release. Apple Inc. (March 23, 2011). Archived from the original on 24 March 2011.
- ↑ Craig Federighi, Apple's Vice President of Mac Software Engineering & Dan Riccio, Apple's Vice President of Hardware Engineering Join Apple's Executive Team as Senior Vice Presidents. Apple Press Release (27 Aug 2012). Retrieved on 28 Aug 2012.
- ↑ Apple Announces Changes to Increase Collaboration Across Hardware, Software & Services. Apple Inc. (2012-10-29). Archived from the original on October 29, 2012. Retrieved on 2012-10-29.
- ↑ CRAIG FEDERIGHI Insider Trading Overview.