Executive moves continue to drop amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, with this week’s notable moves being primarily planned successions and filling in long-standing vacancies.
T-Mobile CEO Steps Down Ahead of Schedule as T-Mobile and Sprint Complete Merger
T-Mobile and Sprint have officially completed their $26 billion merger, and CEO John Legere has handed over the leadership reins to former COO Mike Sievert a month earlier than planned. Read more here.
WarnerMedia Names Ex-Hulu Boss Jason Kilar as its New CEO
Hulu co-founder and former CEO Jason Kilar has been named as the new chief executive of WarnerMedia, ending long-standing speculation over who would fill the role. Read more here.
Fox News Media Appoints a New CFO and COO as Amy Listerman Steps Down
Joe Dorrego, a Fox Corp executive, has been named as the new chief financial officer and chief operating officer of Fox News Media, succeeding Amy Listerman, who stepped down as CFO. Read more here.
Uber’s Remaining Co-founder is Stepping Down From his Role on the Board
Uber co-founder Garrett Camp is stepping back from his role as director of the board, and will move to be a board observer where he will focus on the company’s product strategy. Read more here.
Grab Appoints Peter Oey as its Chief Financial Officer
Southeast Asian ride-hailing platform Grab has hired Peter Oey, the former finance chief of U.S. online legal services company LegalZoom, as its chief financial officer. Read more here.