Interesting times for MySpace
In the latest executive shift at social-networking site MySpace, Co-President Jason Hirschhorn is leaving the company.
Mr. Hirschhorn became co-president of MySpace– along with Mike Jones – in February, when Owen Van Natta abruptly left as chief executive. Mr. Jones will remain president.
The social-networking site has experienced a revolving door of executives and declining traffic and ad revenues. MySpace attracted 111.2 million unique world-wide visitors in April, down 12% compared to the same period last year, according to comScore Inc.
MySpace Says Co-President Jason Hirschhorn to Leave - WSJ.com
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