Week in review: eBay, Altria, Under Armour, and more!

Anne Chou · April 19, 2020
Week in review
Week in review

Much of executive hiring remains on hold with many companies announcing sweeping executive pay cuts, others uneasy about filling critical roles via remote hiring, and some executives unwilling to leave their current companies in the midst of a crisis.

This week, eBay finally announced its new CEO, six months after Devin Wenig stepped down from the role. Read more about this and other notable executive changes.

eBay Names Walmart Executive Jamie Iannone as CEO

eBay has finally announced its new CEO, six months after Devin Wenig stepped down from the role. The new chief executive is an ex-Walmart executive. Read more here.

Altria CEO Howard Willard Steps Down, CFO to Take Over

Billy Gifford takes over the helm of Marlboro cigarette maker Altria Group, as Howard Willard steps down from the CEO role after nearly three decades with the company. Read more here.

Under Armour Names its New Chief Product Officer

Under Armour named Lisa Collier as its new chief product officer in the latest executive shake-up at the Baltimore-based sporting goods company. Read more here.

LuLulemon’s CFO to Step Down Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Lululemon Athletica’s chief financial officer, Patrick Guido, will be leaving the Canadian athletic apparel maker and joining an auto retailer as finance chief. Read more here.

GoPro Adds New Chief Digital Officer, Cuts 200 Jobs Amid Major Restructure

GoPro appointed Aimée Lapic as its new chief digital officer, and announced some big organizational changes as the company copes with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more here.


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