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.
Tapjoy President and CEO Mihir Shah has abruptly resigned his post, with the mobile advertising and monetization firm naming former Walt Disney Interactive Media President Steve Wadsworth as his replacement.
Zynga is promoting Tim LeTourneau to Chief Creative Officer. He replaces Mike Verdu, who left the embattled social gaming firm in August to launch his own startup.
Treasurer Mike Gupta is the latest high-profile executive to exit the beleaguered social gaming firm-- Bloomberg reports Gupta, who joined Zynga in 2011 after eight years at Yahoo, has been named vice president of corporate finance and treasurer at Twitter.
Motricity is parting ways with interim CEO Jim Smith. Richard Stalzer, president of Motricity's Voltari mobile media unit, is now CEO; in addition, Chief Financial Officer Nathan Fong will continue in that position and assume Chief Operating Officer duties, while General Counsel Richard Sadowsky has also been named Chief Administrative Officer.
Coming off a less-than-ideal third quarter, mobile gaming firm Glu Mobile is slashing its staff and closing offices in order to restructure its resources and cut costs.
Days after Microsoft's former Windows division head Steven Sinofsky exited the company, he has resurfaced to refute rumors his departure was predicated by a failed attempt to assume control over the Windows Phone mobile operating system unit.
Zynga is once again reshuffling its executive team, the firm's latest move to resuscitate its beleaguered social gaming platform.