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OnLive loses CEO

Tuesday 28 August 2012 | 15:22 CET | News
The founder of OnLive, a cloud-based video games service, has left the firm, the BBC reported. A statement said Steve Perlman had stepped down as chief executive "to work on his myriad of other projects". The news comes just over a week after he sold the firm's assets to a venture capital firm, wiping out its investors' stakes and its staff's share rights. The new owner had previously said Perlman would remain in his post. Former OnLive operations chief Charlie Jablonski was named COO and acting CEO, and Gary Lauder, managing director of OnLive's new financial backer Lauder Partners, was

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Companies: OnLive
Countries: World
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