Week in Review: Facebook, Uber, Reddit and more
This week, action from Black Lives Matter protests made its way into the corporate world, as many businesses pledged to do more to promote racial diversity in business. Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian made a statement by vacating his seat on the company’s board, requesting that he be replaced by a person of colour. The Board appointed Y Combinator CEO Michael Seibel a few days later. Facebook elevated its Chief Diversity Officer position to report directly to COO Sheryl Sandberg.
Reddit Appoints First Black Board Member After Founder’s Exit
Reddit announced that Y Combinator CEO Michael Seibel will take the board seat vacated by Co-founder Alexis Ohanian, who says he resigned from his role to promote greater racial diversity in tech. Read more.
Facebook’s CPO Returns After Resigning a Year Ago
Uber Fills Long Vacated APAC Leadership Role
WeWork’s Co-Founder Exits as the Company is Hit With a New Lawsuit
Zendesk’s Chief Customer Officer Leaves as Part of Larger Reorganization
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