Executive Shakeup at MySpace

Susan Hall

MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe is out, though he will still be a strategic advisor and member of the board of MySpace China for now, reports CNNMoney.com.


All Things Digital's Peter Kafka also reports President and co-founder Tom Anderson also could be on his way out. Kafka says DeWolfe's successor is expected to be former Facebook COO Owen Van Natta, currently CEO of music start-up Project Playlist.

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