CTO Bret Taylor unfriends Facebook

CTO Bret Taylor unfriends Facebook

San Francisco : CA : USA | Jun 15, 2012 at 2:05 PM PDT
Source: Venture Beat
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Facebook CTO Bret Taylor will leave the social networking giant by the end of the summer, according to AllThingsD ...Prior to that, Taylor was the CEO of social startup FriendFeed, which was bought by Facebook. Before founding FriendFeed, Taylor was product manager at Google and an entrepreneur-in-residence... FULL ARTICLE AT Venture Beat
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