Rob Glaser, the CEO of software company RealNetworks, has stepped down, according to a statement released by the company Wednesday.
"After nearly 16 years, I've decided it's time for me to step away from day-to-day operations," Glaser said in the statement.
Real said Glaser will remain at the company as chairman and appointed Robert Kimball as president and acting chief executive officer. The announcement comes a day after Real announced that John Giamatteo, the company's chief operating officer, had resigned.
Glaser jumped from Microsoft after spending 10 years working for CEO Bill Gates to form … Read more