MySpace has appointed Mark Rosenbaum to the role of chief financial officer (CFO). He will report to chief executive officer (CEO) Owen Van Natta. In this newly created role, Rosenbaum will oversee all finance and accounting operations.
A highly regarded financial and business executive, Rosenbaum brings over 22 years of business and corporate finance experience, and possesses expertise in all phases of company development, including start-up, fast growth, mature operations, acquisitions, and sale.
Prior to joining MySpace, Rosenbaum served as a consultant to MGM, advising on business intelligence and financial management system implementation. Before MGM, he was senior vice president (SVP), corporate finance at Gemstar-TV Guide (formerly a News Corporation company), and served as CFO of the tvguide.com and TV Guide Mobile units. Previously, Rosenbaum had served as CEO at SmartJog, a venture capitalist-backed French startup specialising in worldwide digital asset delivery. Prior to that, he served as SVP of International Free/Basic TV Distribution and US Networks for Twentieth Century Fox, and has also held senior management and finance positions at the Walt Disney Company.
Rosenbaum earned his MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and holds a BSc in Biology from UC San Diego.
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