INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - On Tuesday morning, the Indiana native who runs the high end fashion retailer, Burberry, announced her plans to leave the company.
CNN reports Angela Ahrendts is leaving to work for Apple.
Apple has named Ahrendts senior vice president for Apple retail and online stores, which is a new position with the company. She will report directly to Apple's CEO Tim Cook.
Ahrendts plans to start the new position in the spring.
She's been CEO of Burberry since 2006.
Ahrednts is from New Palestine and graduated from Ball State University.
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