Break Media, a creator and distributor of digital video content, has hired Andrew Doyle as chief financial officer (CFO). As CFO, Doyle will manage the company’s financial operations and strategic financial planning. He will play a significant role as Break continues to grow at a rapid pace.
Previously, Doyle served as chief of staff to the chief executive officer (CEO) of Activision-Blizzard, one of the largest interactive entertainment companies in the world. While there, Doyle also served as vice president, head of finance, for Activision’s largest business unit. Prior to that, Doyle was a vice president with Summit Partners, focused on investments in software and technology. His other work experience includes Mercer Management Consulting and the Bridgespan Group. Doyle holds a Bachelor’s in economics from Williams College and a MBA from Stanford University.
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