Apple Inc (AAPL.O) on Wednesday said Antonio García Martínez, a previous Facebook Inc (FB.O) item supervisor who joined Apple as of late to work in its publicizing business, is no longer with the organization.
García Martínez, who came to Silicon Valley after a spell on Wall Street, composed the 2016 book'Chaos Monkeys'about his time in the innovation business. He joined Apple as an item engineer in Apple's publicizing stage business in April, as indicated by his LinkedIn page.
Innovation news distribution The Verge covered Wednesday that in excess of 2,000 Apple representatives had marked an inward request shipped off the organization's chiefs with worries about what the appeal journalists depicted as misogynist and bigoted perspectives in the book and whether Apple had kept its own standards in recruiting García Martínez.
Apple said García Martínez is no longer at the organization except for gave no further subtleties.
"At Apple, we have always strived to create an inclusive, welcoming workplace where everyone is respected and accepted. Behavior that demeans or discriminates against people for who they are has no place here," the organization said in an articulation.
García Martínez didn't quickly react to a solicitation for input outside ordinary business hours.