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.Evernote is looking for a new CEO - Fortune
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."
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