In the wake of Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina’s forced resignation, the company’s top marketing executive is leaving the company for a position at Apple. “Allison Johnson, HP’s senior vice president of marketing, was one of Fiorina’s closest advisers at the company, having led the company’s public-relations campaign during the contentious proxy battle over the acquisition of Compaq as well as the ‘+HP = everything is possible’ advertising campaign that followed the deal’s closure,” reports CNET “Johnson is leaving to take a top marketing post at Apple Computer. She will become vice president of worldwide marketing communications, reporting to CEO Steve Jobs. Johnson had previously worked at Apple and has also held posts at IBM and Netscape before joining HP in 1999.”