LogicMonitor makes leadership changes after sudden exit of CRO and CFO last year

Josh Budd
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LogicMonitor makes leadership changes after sudden exit of CRO and CFO last year

Infrastructure monitoring vendor promotes president to CEO post while filling CRO and CFO positions after high-ranking execs suddenly left the business last year

LogicMonitor has made a flurry of leadership changes following the sudden departure of its CRO, CFO and EMEA VP last year. The company's CEO, Kevin McGibben has been elevated to the position of ...

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