Adobe announced in regulatory documents filed with the SEC on Tuesday that chief technology officer Kevin Lynch is leaving the company at the end of the week, after more than 7 years with the company, Venturebeat reported. As first reported by CNBC’s Twitter, Lynch is going to Apple to be the company’s vice president of technology, AllThingsD confirmed .
The news came as Adobe announced its Q1 2013 earnings, which beat analysts’ expectations. The company reported non-GAAP earnings per share of 35 cents and a boost in subscriptions that crossed the half-million mark line.
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