Updated at 1:30 p.m. PST to include Best Buy's decision to eliminate CEO and president positions.
Best Buy has decided that the Napster music service is too top heavy and eliminated the music service's CEO and president positions, a company spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Chris Gorog announced that he is leaving as CEO, a move that comes some 15 months after the Web music service was acquired by retail chain Best Buy on the company's blog. Brad Duea, Napster's president, is also leaving the company, the spokeswoman said. She said Best Buy wanted to "… Read more