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Keeping an eye on major hires and promotions is one of the best ways to understand a company’s strategy.
The Org tracks executive changes at companies big and small.
Here’s a snapshot of the most important executive moves of the week across technology, retail, media, and financial services.

Every week we bring you an overview of the most important executive changes from around the world. This week, Intel hired Karen Walker as Chief Marketing Officer. Read more about this and other notable executive changes:

Former Cisco CMO Karen Walker joins Intel as Chief Marketing Officer
Karen Walker, a veteran of more than 20 years of global technology industry marketing, will join Intel as senior vice president and chief marketing officer, starting October 23. Walker previously served as CMO at Cisco and was the force behind innovative campaigns such as “Bridge to Possible.” At Intel she will oversee the global marketing group and report to Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive vice president and general manager of Intel’s Sales, Marketing and Communications Group.

Shake Shack Promotes Tara Comonte to President and Chief Financial Officer
Tara Comonte, the chief financial officer of Shake Shack, has been promoted to president. Since joining the burger chain in 2017, she’s played a critical role in its increased focus and investment in digital innovation, as well as overall leadership of their enterprise-wide technology upgrade, referred to as Project Concrete.

Veteran HBO PR Chief Nancy Lesser Leaving Amid WarnerMedia Realignment
The executive reshuffle continues at WarnerMedia following AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner. The most recent executive to depart is Nancy Lesser who has served as HBO’s Head of Communications for more than 30 years. She announced her departure in a heartfelt internal memo and is expected to continue her career elsewhere. She will remain …read more

Source:: Business Insider


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