Week in review: Walmart, Dentsu, Groupon, and more!
Bonobos founder Andy Dunn is leaving Walmart two-and-a-half years after the retail giant acquired the online menswear retailer, Jacki Kelley, an agency and media veteran, is named as CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network's Americas operations, and Groupon appoints John J. Higginson as its Chief Technology Officer.
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Bonobos founder Andy Dunn is Leaving Walmart
Bonobos founder Andy Dunn is leaving Walmart two-and-a-half years after the retail giant acquired the online menswear retailer for $310 million in 2017. Dunn announced his departure in a LinkedIn post and did not say what he would be doing next. Read more here.
Jacki Kelley Named as Dentsu Aegis Network Americas CEO
Dentsu Aegis Network, a subsidiary of Japanese advertising and public relations firm Dentsu, named Jacki Kelley as CEO of its Americas operations effective as of January 1. She will be succeeding Nick Brien who is leaving the company after almost two-and-a-half years in the role. Read more here.
Groupon Appoints John J. Higginson as its Chief Technology Officer
HubSpot Announces Yamini Rangan will join as its First-Ever Chief Customer Officer
HubSpot announced that Yamini Rangan will be joining the company in the newly-created role of chief customer officer. She will be tasked with uniting the marketing, sales and services team, and be a key member of HubSpot’s executive leadership team. Read more here.
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