Netease Tech, 9/09/08
A spokesperson for online social networking service MySpace China has confirmed that the company's CEO, Luo Chuan, will soon leave his position. The reason cited for the resignation was a difference of opinion between Luo and other senior executives on the company's future development strategy.
According to a report from Tencent Tech, Wang Xiujuan, the Chief Marketing Officer and executive VP of Web 2.0 platform provider Oak Pacific, has confirmed that she will resign from Oak Pacific in the second half of September. Rumors have suggested Wang may join leading Chinese online portal Sina (Nasdaq: SINA), but a MySpace China employee revealed that he saw Wang at MySpace China's office last week.