Following the announcement of strong first quarter 2013 results with revenues of $1.008 billion and an EPS of $0.13, Adobe’s Kevin Lynch resigned from his position as Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer which being effective March 22, 2013 with mentioning the reason as “to pursue other opportunities,” according to the Adobe’s recent SEC filing.
But what interesting is that soon the time the company released its quarter results, CNBC reported that Lynch planning to leave the company this week and will join Apple (surprised). If the publication report is correct, then it would be interesting to note that Lynch which being a strong defender of Flash against Apple’s own views will join the Cupertino-giant. More to come and we will bring as story dig us deeper and come to some real shape.
— CNBC (@CNBC) March 19, 2013
Updated: Apple confirmed that Lynch will be joining the company as VP of technology, and will report to SVP Bob Mansfield.