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2 years after leaving Apple, Jony Ive's new design company finally has a website - take a look

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images LoveFrom, the design firm by former Apple design chief Jony Ive and Marc Newson, has a new website. The site describes LoveFrom as "a creative collective" that is "fanatically devoted to excellence." Ive departed Apple in 2019 after leading its design on products like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod. A design firm from the man behind the look of many of Apple's iconic products now has an official website. Jony Ive was Apple's chief design officer and led th...
Tags: Apple, Design, Trends, Ferrari, Financial Times, Jony Ive, Ives, Justin Sullivan Getty, Ive, Marc Newson, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, Exor, LoveFrom, Newsroom Affiliate Link


Two years after leaving Apple, Jony Ive's new design company finally has a website - take a look

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images LoveFrom, the design firm by former Apple design chief Jony Ive and Marc Newson, has a new website. The site describes LoveFrom as "a creative collective" that is "fanatically devoted to excellence." Ive departed Apple in 2019 after leading its design on products like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod. A design firm from the man behind the look of many of Apple's iconic products now has an official website. Jony Ive was Apple's former chief design officer, le...
Tags: Apple, Design, Trends, Ferrari, Financial Times, Jony Ive, Ives, Justin Sullivan Getty, Ive, Marc Newson, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, Exor, LoveFrom


Apple's former design chief Jony Ive is reportedly helping Ferrari design its first electric car

Jony Ive is the designer behind many of Apple's most recognizable products. Getty Ex-Apple designer Jony Ive's firm is collaborating with Ferrari on its first electric car, FT reports. The luxury carmaker plans to introduce its electric vehicle in 2025. Jony Ive designed iconic Apple products like the iPhone, Mac, and iPod. See more stories on Insider's business page. A design firm headed by Jony Ive, Apple's former chief design officer, and industrial designer Marc Newson...
Tags: Apple, Transportation, Electric Vehicle, Design, News, Steve Jobs, Trends, Tech, Designer, Ferrari, Airbnb, Electric Car, Financial Times, Jony Ive, Ive, Marc Newson


Ferrari, Parent Exor Clinch Alliance With Apple Designer Jony Ive

MILAN (Reuters) - Italian luxury car maker Ferrari and parent company Exor, the holding vehicle of the Agnelli family, have agreed a long term...
Tags: Ferrari, Agnelli, MILAN Reuters, Exor, Ferrari Parent Exor Clinch Alliance With Apple


Ferrari, Parent Exor Clinch Alliance With Former Apple Designer Jony Ive

MILAN (Reuters) -Italian luxury car maker Ferrari and its parent company Exor, the holding vehicle of the Agnelli family, have entered a multi-year...
Tags: Ferrari, Jony Ive, Agnelli, MILAN Reuters, Exor, Ferrari Parent Exor


Ferrari Announces Multi-Year Partnership With Apple's Former Design Chief Jony Ive

Ferrari and its parent company Exor today announced a multi-year creative partnership with LoveFrom, the design firm co-founded by Apple's former design chief Jony Ive and fellow designer Marc Newson. "The first expression of this new partnership will bring together Ferrari's legendary performance and excellence with LoveFrom's unrivalled experience and creativity that has defined extraordinary world changing products," said Ferrari, in a press release announcing the partnership. "Beyond the ...
Tags: Apple, Ferrari, Jony Ive, Ive, Marc Newson, Newson, Exor, Flavio Manzoni, LoveFrom, LoveFrom Airbnb, Jony Ive LoveFrom, Exor s Partners Council


Former F1 Driver Rosberg, Agnelli's Exor Invest in Adopt-A-Tree Site Treedom

FLORENCE (Reuters) - Former Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg and Agnelli family holding company Exor are among the new investors in Italy's...
Tags: Nico Rosberg, Italy, Florence, Reuters, Agnelli, Exor, Rosberg Agnelli


Stellantis Plans to Triple Electric Vehicle Sales in 2021: Elkann

MILAN (Reuters) - Stellantis is looking at nearly tripling its global sales of electric vehicles this year, the head of holding company Exor, the...
Tags: Milan, Exor, Elkann, Reuters Stellantis, Triple Electric Vehicle Sales


Taboola is going public via a SPAC, aiming to raise $545 million to expand its content recommendations to TV, cars, gaming and ecommerce

Taboola founder and CEO Adam Singolda. Taboola Content recommendation company Taboola plans to go public by merging with a SPAC. The deal, which Taboola says will value the company at $2.6 billion, is expected to bring in $545 million in cash. Taboola says it intends to use the proceeds to grow into areas including ecommerce, gaming, connected TV, and in-car entertainment. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Content recommendation company Taboola planned to announce Monday ...
Tags: Google, New York, Trends, New York Stock Exchange, Ion, Taboola, Outbrain, SPAC, Adam Singolda, Facebook Content, Exor, Lara O Reilly, SHANY, Singolda, Taboola Outbrain, ION Crossover Partners


Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot got antitrust approval for their $38 billion merger to create Stellantis, the world's 4th biggest carmaker

Logos of Peugeot and Fiat are seen in this illustration picture Reuters Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot gained EU antitrust approval on Monday for Stellantis, their $38 billion merger, after pledging to help boost Japanese rival Toyota Motor. The merger would create the world's fourth-biggest carmaker, owning brands such as Jeep, Maserati, and Opel. As part of the deal, Peugeot will extend its small van agreement with Toyota Motor by increasing capacity for Toyota and cutting transfer prices to ...
Tags: China, Trends, Eu, Psa, Italy, Fca, European Commission, Fiat, Toyota, Renault, Peugeot, Margrethe Vestager, Fiat Chrysler, Opel, Maserati, Carlos Ghosn


Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has retired, following a reported hospitalization from COVID-19. He has also stepped down from tobacco giant Philip Morris as chairman.

New Ferrari's CEO Louis Carey Camilleri arrives at the memorial service held in honor of former CEO Sergio Marchionne in Turin, Italy, September 14, 2018. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca Ferrari CEO and Philip Morris chairman Louis Camilleri has retired from both positions, the companies announced Thursday. Camilleri has suffered health problems and was hospitalized from COVID-19 in recent weeks, a Ferrari company source said. He is now recovering at home, and his illness was not the cause of hi...
Tags: US, Trends, Ferrari, Italy, Philip Morris, Stock Exchange, Sergio Marchionne, Louis, Turin Italy, Agnelli, Andre Calantzopoulos, Camilleri, Exor, John Elkann, Elkann, Calantzopoulos


This former Tesla CIO just raised $150 million more to pull car dealers into the 21st century

“I have to choose my words carefully,” says Joe Castelino of Stevens Creek Volkswagen in San Jose, California, when asked about the software on which most car dealerships rely for inventory information, to manage marketing, to handle customer relationships and to otherwise help sell cars. Castelino, the dealership’s service director, laughs as he says this. But the joke has apparently been on car dealers, most of whom have largely relied on a few frustratingly antiquated vendors for their dealer...
Tags: Startups, TC, Elon Musk, California, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Ferrari, SaaS, Venture Capital, San Jose, Volkswagen, Index Ventures, Fiat Chrysler, Advent, Advent International


Tiny module and dev kit run RT Linux on STM32MP1

Exor’s 25.4 x 25.4mm, extended temp “NanoSOM nS02” module runs real-time Linux and its XPlatform industrial IoT software on a soldered, 800MHz STM32MP157 with up to 1GB DDR3L and 32GB eMMC. An “OpenHMI nS02” dev kit with 5-inch touchscreen is optional. Italian embedded technology firm Exor Embedded has launched a NanoSOM nS02 module that runs […]
Tags: Linux, Exor, Exor Embedded


Linux-driven module and dev kit combine Apollo Lake with FPGA

Exor and Arrow announced a “GigaSOM GS01” module and 10GbE equipped dev kit that runs RT Linux on an Apollo Lake along with a Cyclone 10 GX FPGA. The products offer TSN, fieldbus protocol, and Corvina Cloud support. Italian embedded hardware firm Exor Embedded is collaborating with Arrow to launch a GigaSOM GS01 module and […]
Tags: Linux, TSN, FPGA, Apollo Lake, Exor, GX FPGA, Exor Embedded


The Station: Via hits $2.25B valuation, letters from readers, layoffs in a time of COVID-19

Hi, and welcome back to The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to all the ways people and packages travel from Point A to Point B. I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. If this is your first time, hello; I’m glad you’re with us. I have started to publish a version of the newsletter on TechCrunch. That’s what you’re reading now. For the whole newsletter, which comes out every weekend, you can subscribe by heading over here, and clicking “The Station.” It...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Lyft, Crowdsourcing, Washington, Germany, Boston, Berlin, India, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, Spain, Economy, Engineer, Service


On-demand shuttle startup Via hits $2.25 billion valuation on latest funding round led by Exor

On-demand shuttle startup Via has hit a $2.25 billion valuation following a Series E funding round led by Exor, the Agnelli family holding company that owns stakes in PartnerRe, Ferrari and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The Series E funding round, which included other investors, totaled $400 million, according to a source familiar with the deal. Exor invested $200 million into Via as part of the round, both companies said in an announcement. Noam Ohana, who heads up Exor Seeds, the holding compa...
Tags: Transportation, UK, New York, Berlin, Tech, Chicago, Austin, Automotive, Ferrari, Ohio, Malta, Fiat Chrysler, Arriva, Macquarie Capital, VIA, Ohana


The ultrawealthy Italian family behind Ferrari and Fiat just invested $200 million in Uber and Lyft's fastest-growing competitor (UBER, LYFT)

Via, an Uber and Lyft competitor that also runs public transit and school-bus networks, announced a new $200 million investment on Monday from Exor, an Italian holding company. Italy's ultrawealthy Agnelli family controls the company, with stakes in Ferrari, Fiat, the Juventus football club, and more. Via is still private but has its eyes on a public stock offering, founder Daniel Ramot said in January. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Via, a quickly growing ride-hailing st...
Tags: Lyft, Trends, Ferrari, Washington Dc, Italy, Fiat, Juventus, New York Chicago, PitchBook, Agnelli, Ramot, Exor, Daniel Ramot, Shell Macquarie Capital, Ferrari Fiat


The ultra-wealthy Italian family behind Ferrari and Fiat just invested $200 million in Uber and Lyft's fastest-growing competitor (UBER, LYFT)

Via, an Uber and Lyft competitor that also runs public transit and school bus networks, announced a new $200 million investment on Monday from Exor, an Italian holding company. Italy's ultra wealthy Agnelli family controls the company, with stakes in Ferrari, Fiat, Juventus football club, and more.  Via is still private but has its eyes on a public stock offering some day, founder Daniel Ramot said in January.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Via, a quickly growing ride-ha...
Tags: Lyft, Washington, Trends, Ferrari, Italy, Fiat, New York Chicago, PitchBook, Agnelli, Ramot, Exor, Daniel Ramot, Ferrari Fiat Juventus, Shell Macquarie Capital


Italy's Exor in talks over $9 billion sale of PartnerRe to France's Covea

Investment group Exor, which controls carmaker Fiat Chrysler, is in exclusive talks to sell reinsurer PartnerRe to France's Covea in a deal one source familiar with the matter said was worth around $9 billion.
Tags: Money, France, businessNews, Italy, Fiat Chrysler, PartnerRe, Exor


Fiat Chrysler, Peugeot to create fourth-biggest carmaker

By COLLEEN BARRY, TOM KRISHER and ANGELA CHARLTON MILAN — Fiat Chrysler and France’s PSA Peugeot said Thursday they have agreed to merge to create the world’s fourth-largest automaker with enough scale to confront big shifts in the industry, including a race to develop electric cars and driverless technologies. Italian-American Fiat Chrysler brings with it a strong footprint in North America, where it makes at least two thirds of its profits, while Peugeot is the second biggest automaker in Euro...
Tags: Europe, Milan, France, China, Germany, Sport, Soccer, United States, Psa, Paris, Italy, Netherlands, Fca, Chrysler, Fiat, North America


Fiat Chrysler has been trying to merge with another carmaker for years — here's why (FCAU, RACE)

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the PSA Group are reportedly in talks to merge. FCA has been trying to merge with another automaker for the better part of a decade. A narrative has developed that a merger would enable FCA and Peugeot to better compete on new technologies, such as electric vehicles and autonomous mobility, but that has little to do with why the automakers would combine. A merger would conclude a massive financial-engineering project undertaken by late FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne an...
Tags: Facebook, Lyft, Europe, Japan, France, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Vw, Ford, Psa, Italy, Mary Barra, Fca, Gm


Fiat Will Play Active Role in Industry Change, Chairman Says

John Elkann, the chairman and chief executive officer of Exor NV, wrote in a letter to shareholders of the holding company about his belief Fiat Chrysler can benefit from the emergence of electrified and autonomously driven vehicles. Exor, with a 29 percent stake and 42 percent of voting rights, is the Italian-American carmaker’s largest holder.
Tags: Science, Fiat, Fiat Chrysler, Exor, John Elkann, Exor NV


How Can Juventus Afford Aaron Ramsey And Ronaldo?

As we covered yesterday, Aaron Ramsey has signed a staggering £400,000-a-week, pre-contract deal at Juventus that will net him £83 million over four years. The Serie A giants confirmed on Monday that Wales international Ramsey had signed an agreement ahead of joining in the summer when his current deal with Arsenal expires. But many have been scratching their head as to how the Italian giants can afford the move given the huge outlay to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid last summer. The P...
Tags: Europe, Wales, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Ferrari, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fiat, Juventus, Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Madrid


Ferrari chairman reiterates support for CEO Camilleri

John Elkann, chairman of Ferrari and main shareholder Exor , reiterated his support for Ferrari chief executive Louis Camilleri, denying speculation a top management purge could be on the cards. "I deny all rumours about both a possible return to the past and changes in our structure," Elkann, a scion of Italy's Agnelli family, said in a letter published on Wednesday in Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport. "My commitment to ensuring stability and concentration at Ferrari is total as is that o...
Tags: News, Ferrari, Italy, Gazzetta, Agnelli, Camilleri, Exor, John Elkann, Elkann, Louis Camilleri


Sergio Marchionne, saviour of Fiat and Chrysler, dead at 66

Sergio Marchionne, who died Wednesday at the age of 66, was little known when he took the driving seat at Fiat in 2004. The visionary Italian-Canadian executive had already been preparing to hand over control of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in 2019. "It is with the deepest sadness that Exor has learned of the passing of Sergio Marchionne," it said in a statement.
Tags: News, Chrysler, Fiat, Fiat Chrysler, Sergio Marchionne, Exor


Sergio Marchionne, turnaround virtuoso who built Fiat Chrysler, dies at 66

Sergio Marchionne, the man in black and self-proclaimed fixer who plucked Chrysler from the ashes of bankruptcy in 2009 and hitched it to Fiat to create a money-making global automaker, has died, according to a statement from Fiat Chrysler Chairman John Elkann. He was 66."Unfortunately, what we feared has come to pass. Sergio Marchionne, man and friend, is gone," Elkann said in the statement issued by Exor, the holding company for the controlling Agnelli family.Marchionne became gravely ill afte...
Tags: Advertising, Fca, Chrysler, Fiat, Fiat Chrysler, Marchionne, Sergio Marchionne, Mike Manley, Manley, Agnelli, Exor, Elkann, Lindsay Chappell, John Elkann He


Fiat boss Marchionne dies aged 66

Fiat Chrysler's visionary boss Sergio Marchionne has died, after driving the Italian auto giant to success for 14 years, holding company Exor announced Wednesday. "It is with the deepest sadness that EXOR has learned of the passing of Sergio Marchionne," Exor, which is owned by the Agnelli family, said in a statement. Its CEO, John Elkann, said: "Unfortunately, what we feared has come to pass.
Tags: News, Fiat, Fiat Chrysler, Marchionne, Sergio Marchionne, Agnelli, Exor, John Elkann, Sergio Marchionne Exor


Fiat's emblematic boss Marchionne dies aged 66

Fiat Chrysler's visionary boss Sergio Marchionne has died, after having driven the Italian auto giant to success for 14 years, holding company Exor announced Wednesday. "It is with the deepest sadness that EXOR has learned of the passing of Sergio Marchionne," the holding company, which is owned by the Agnelli family, said in a statement. Its chief executive John Elkann said: "Unfortunately, what we feared has come to pass.
Tags: News, Fiat, Fiat Chrysler, Marchionne, Sergio Marchionne, Agnelli, Exor, John Elkann


Fiat workers to strike in Italy after parent company splurged on €100 million Ronaldo deal for Juventus

A union has called a strike at Fiat Chrysler's Melfi plant in Italy to protest against the huge sums of money spent by Juventus soccer club to sign up Cristiano Ronaldo. Exor, the investment holding of Italy's Agnelli family, owns nearly 30 percent of Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and 64 percent of Juventus. FCA and Juventus are completely separate entities, each managing their own finances and operations. Italian champions Juventus agreed on Tuesday to pay Real Madrid €100 million to secure the...
Tags: News, Usb, Italy, Real Madrid, Portugal, Fca, Ronaldo, Fiat, Juventus, Uruguay, Fiat Chrysler, Alfa Romeos, Agnelli, Melfi, Exor, Fiat Chrysler FCA


Director of Juventus backers Exor supports suspended president Agnelli

Gab Marcotti explains why Max Allegri was furious with a decision that overruled a Juventus goal in their draw at Atalanta. Massimiliano Allegri said striker Gonzalo Higuain needs to rediscover his goalscoring touch. The managing director of the Exor group, who own Juventus' main backers Fiat Chrysler, has defended the Serie A club's president Andrea Agnelli after he was banned for a year for his involvement in ticket touting. John Elkann spoke at an investor day for the compa...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Juventus, Italian Serie A, Fiat Chrysler, Gonzalo Higuain, Juve, Gab Marcotti, Max Allegri, Andrea Agnelli, Agnelli, Exor, John Elkann, Atalanta Massimiliano Allegri