CBS Interactive President Neil Ashe Steps Down From The Company
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CBS Interactive President Neil Ashe is stepping down from the company. Although it is uncertain who will be replacing Ashe, it is believed to be Zander Lurie. Lurie is currently the SVP of strategic development at CBS. Ashe was the CEO of CNET when the company was acquired by CBS.
“Neil has helped make CBSi into the successful and profitable business it is today. Looking out into 2011, we are working on a relaxed timeframe to name a successor to his post, as he embarks on his next great thing,” stated a CBS spokesperson.