eBay Enterprise President Chris Saridakis Resigns from eBay Inc.
By: eBay Inc. Staff
SAN JOSE, Calif. (January 15, 2014) – Chris Saridakis, president of eBay Enterprise, a division of eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY), has resigned for personal reasons, the company said today.
An external search will be conducted for a successor, the company said. Until the search is completed, Tobias Hartmann, vice president, Omnichannel Operations and International, will serve as interim head of eBay Enterprise.
Saridakis had served as president of eBay Enterprise since June 2011, following the company’s acquisition of GSI Commerce (renamed eBay Enterprise in 2013), where he was part of that company’s management team.
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