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X Company's operations manager leaving soon, previously at NBCUniversal.

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06-05

The whereabouts of the company's executives will directly affect the company's development and future, so investors need to pay attention to this.

It has been reported that the Chief Operating Officer of Company X, Joe Benaroche, is about to leave. Benaroche, a key advisor to CEO Linda Yaccarino, oversees company communications and other critical affairs. His departure is expected to impact the company's operations to some extent.

Before joining Company X in June 2023, Benaroche worked at NBC Universal, a subsidiary of Comcast, where he was responsible for communication strategies in the advertising and partnership departments, reporting to then-advertising chief Yaccarino.

Benaroche is known for his tough execution style, which has caused some discontent among colleagues at both NBC Universal and Company X.

It is noteworthy that Benaroche's departure comes at a time of frequent changes in Company X’s upper management, adding extra challenges to Yaccarino's leadership.

Previously, the company's Trust and Safety Chief, Ella Irwin, and the Brand Safety and Ad Quality Chief, AJ Brown, also left, leading to greater uncertainty in the company's top-level management.

Benaroche's departure exacerbates this situation, posing more challenges for Yaccarino in future operational management.

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