Google continues to shuffle its executive ranks, announcing Senior Vice President of Geo and Commerce Jeff Huber will step down to pursue new projects within the company. The move follows just one day after longtime head of Android Andy Rubin also resigned his post.
Google's head of Android, Andy Rubin, is stepping down from his role at the company. The company's senior vice president of Chrome and Apps, Sundar Pichai, will take on Rubin's Android duties in addition to his existing work.
Pandora Media reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenues of $125.1 million, a 54 percent year-over-year increase fueled by mobile growth. The streaming radio company also announced the resignation of longtime Chairman and CEO Joe Kennedy.
Groupon is parting ways with founder and CEO Andrew Mason. As a result, Executive Chairman Eric Lefkofsky and Vice Chairman Ted Leonsis are stepping in to lead the daily deals firm while it seeks a permanent replacement.
More than 90 Opera Software employees have exited the browser maker's ranks as it shifts from its own Presto rendering engine to WebKit, a move to increase its competitiveness on Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
Mobile industry veteran Louis Gump has switched gears, moving from his most recent post as Global Vice President of Mobile at CNN to head up localized mobile advertising and media firm LSN Mobile.
Square COO Keith Rabois is leaving the fast-growing mobile payments startup. Square CFO Sarah Friar will serve as acting COO while the firm searches for a permanent replacement.
Twitter is shuffling its executive ranks, promoting Ali Rowghani from chief financial officer to chief operating officer and naming Mike Gupta to fill the vacated CFO seat. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo--who served as COO prior to taking over the top spot in Oct. 2010--confirmed the appointments Wednesday evening via tweet.
Japanese gaming giant GREE is reorganizing its U.S. operations, sunsetting its OpenFeint mobile social platform and laying off staff.
Media giant News Corp. will shutter its iPad-exclusive digital news journal The Daily later this month, less than two years after the publication first launched.