AT&T’s advertising unit chief resigns after joining company less than three years ago, report says

AT&T’s Brian Lesser, who heads up the company’s key advertising unit, Xandr, is leaving the company, according to a new report from Reuters. Lesser felt comfortable stepping down because Xandr is in a good position and its first quarter results are expected to show significant growth, the report said, citing a source familiar with the matter. Lesser had interviewed for the CEO role at WarnerMedia, AT&T’s media arm that includes Time Warner assets, but received an indication that he would… Continue reading at 'Silicon Valley Business Journal'

[ Silicon Valley Business Journal | 2020-03-11 18:26:08 UTC ]
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