EA Chief Financial Officer Resigns

By   /   Feb 9, 2012


Electronic Arts has just announced that its Chief Operating Officer (CFO) Eric Brown, will be leaving the publisher. In the meantime, while EA is looking for a suitable replacement for Brown, eight-year company veteran Ken Barker will fill in the vacant spot.

Eric Brown has been the CFO of EA since 2008. In a statement, Brown has decided to leave the second largest videogame publisher in the world to join up with IT and tech company Polycom.

We wish Eric Brown all the best in his new career path.

Source: GameSpot

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