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Profile focuses on Apple’s cutthroat buying practices and ‘The Blevinator’

[2020-01-24 03:24:04]

In a feature piece based largely on background sources, the Wall Street Journal Thursday profiled Apple’s vice president of procurement giving a unique insight into the dog-eat-dog business of buying components from third-party suppliers for Apple products. The Journal reported ($) many instances where Tony Blevins – known as the Blevinator – stopped at nothing ...

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