Jonathan Miller, who only last week came out to Web 2 and sat for an interview, is out at AOL. He’s being replaced by an NBC executive, Randy Falco. The Washington Post has a source who says Miller was pushed out, and that his replacement is more focused on sales and operations.
The timing is rather odd on this one. Miller is generally credited with turning AOL around, and sales were starting to grow faster than the market. Why replace the CEO now? Hmmmmm.
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At least he’s still Lou Reed’s senior kung-fu brother.