eBay (EBAY) Reports Changes to Regional Leadership Team
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eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY), a global commerce leader, has appointed Scott Cutler, Jay Lee and Jooman Park to new regional leadership roles. Mr. Cutler has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Americas, for eBay's Marketplace business and will continue to serve as head of StubHub while the company searches for a new leader. Mr. Lee has been appointed Senior Vice President, EMEA, and Mr. Park has been promoted to Senior Vice President, APAC, for eBay's Marketplace business. These executives have over 30 years of combined experience at eBay.
Hal Lawton, who has been with eBay since 2015, is leaving the company to take on a senior leadership role at another company.
"Scott, Jay and Jooman are seasoned leaders with great track records. They will continue to focus on accelerating our core business and driving eBay's competitive advantages as a global commerce leader," said Devin Wenig, President and CEO of eBay Inc. "We thank Hal for his contributions and wish him success going forward."
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