Condé Nast Taps Pandora’s Roger Lynch As Its First Global CEO

[caption id="attachment_154889" align="alignright" width="150"] Roger Lynch[/caption] Nearly five months after Condé Nast announced that CEO Bob Sauerberg would depart the company, the magazine publisher finally named former Pandora president and CEO Roger Lynch as the new global CEO on Thursday. Effective April 22, Lynch is stepping into a newly created position that was designed to better integrate the Condé Nast U.S. and Condé Nast International operations—a convergence that began last year with the combination of titles such as the U.S. and UK editions of Condé Nast Traveler.  Sauerberg, who has served as CEO of the company's U.S. operations for the past three years and stayed on during the search for a new leader, will officially step down from his post and exit the organization after 18 years. In addition to this appointment, Jonathan Newhouse will also move into the role of chairman of the board of directors, and relinquish his title as CEO of Condé Nast International, which he took on following Sauerberg's departure and when the plan to transition into a single global business was announced. "After conducting a thorough search for an executive to run the combined Condé Nast US and Condé Nast International, we believe Roger is the right person to lead Condé Nast during our new phase of global integration, growth and transformation," said Jonathan Newhouse in a statement. [caption id="attachment_60696" align="alignright" width="150"] Bob Sauerberg[/caption] During... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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