Meet the 7 WarnerMedia execs who rose in power during its major leadership shakeup and business restructuring (T)

WarnerMedia’s new CEO Jason Kilar announced a major restructuring of the AT&T-owned media company last week. He consolidated operations across the sprawling media empire, while dismissing three key executives and beginning layoffs of hundreds of more staffers. He also elevated a handful of key leaders who were chosen to run newly expanded divisions within the company. Business Insider looked at the executives whose power grew as part of WarnerMedia’s latest leadership shuffle. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. WarnerMedia’s Jason Kilar, in his first major move as CEO, is collapsing the legacy-media company’s byzantine organizational structure. On Friday, Kilar announced in a memo to staffers sweeping changes that consolidated WarnerMedia’s… Read More

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AI startup Gong is now worth $2.2 billion following a new $200 million venture investment

San Francisco software startup Gong is now worth $2.2 billion following a $200 million Series D, the company said. Gong sells what it calls “revenue intelligence” software, which analyzes customer data to help sales teams close deals. The round was led by Coatue, the technology-focused hedge fund, which has continued to make big investments through the pandemic. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Artificial intelligence software startup Gong is the latest Silicon Valley unicorn following a $200 million Series D, the company announced Wednesday. Gong, which sells sells software that analyzes customer interactions for sales teams, is now valued at $2.2 billion following the funding round, which was led… Read More

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