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Away C.E.O. Is Back, Just Weeks After Stepping Down - The New York Times

Ms. Korey had already recruited Mr. Haselden to the company to become its president, with the promise that, after a transition period, he would be elevated to chief executive to help take the company public. When the plan changed after the Verge article was published, she said she would become executive chairwoman and Mr. Haselden the chief executive. But behind the scenes, she said, she expected both of them to operate pretty much in their original roles, just with different titles. Ms. Koreys co-founder, Jen Rubio, will remain president and chief brand officer.