Week in Review: November 26, 2018
Eventbrite adds two more women to its C-Suite, Coinbase loses its Chief Policy Officer, and Airbnb (finally) gets a new Chief Financial Officer to take the company public.
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Last week, Carlos Ghosn was ousted as CEO of Renault and Chairman of Nissan. Ghosn is accused of concealing millions of dollars in personal income and using company assets for his own benefit. But why would a successful business person like Ghosn risk his career to save a few tax dollars? Check out our blog post on the subject here.
Noteworthy personnel changes:
- Amazon exec Dave Stephenson tapped to lead Airbnb to the public markets (TechCrunch)
- Coinbase Loses Chief Policy Officer Michael Lempres (Bloomberg)
- Airbus Names New CFO, COO to Replace Wave of Exiting Execs (Bloomberg)
- Facebook has poached the DoJ’s Silicon Valley antitrust chief (TechCrunch)
- Eventbrite adds two more women to its C-suite (TechCrunch)
- Victoria's Secret has a new CEO for its lingerie business (Business Insider)
- Nissan Ousts Ghosn, Moves to Assuage Concerns Over Alliance (Bloomberg)
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