Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Evernote is looking for a new CEO - Fortune

A noteworthy transition
"On Monday, Evernote CEO Phil Libin told the The Information that the company is looking to replace him with a “professional CEO” and “may be close to something.” The change would mark a major upheaval for the eight year old company, which has been led by Libin since soon after its founding.

The job will ultimately go to “someone who is going to be better than me at it,” Libin said, later adding, “I’m a product person.” Libin joined Evernote as its CEO in 2007. The company has recently hired its first CFO and promoted then-vice president of worldwide operations Linda Kozlowski to COO earlier this month."
Evernote is looking for a new CEO - Fortune

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