John Lilly will reportedly leave his position as CEO of Mozilla.
California (WiredPRNews.com) – Mozilla CEO John Lilly will reportedly leave his position as CEO of the company. As reported by PC World, Lilly, is set to leave after more than two years when a replacement is found.
Lilly, who made the announcement on a recent blog post, will continue to serve on the company’s board of directors. He joined the company in 2005, obtaining his CEO position after serving as chief operating officer.
Lilly is quoted in the report as stating in a blog post on Tuesday, “400 million users are directly touched every day by the work we’ve done so far, and many, many more are using better browsers because of our work.” He further expressed in his posting interest in returning to working with startups.
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