: Meta Chief Business Officer Levine to leave


Meta Platforms Inc. META, +3.03% Chief Business Officer Marne Levine is leaving Facebook’s parent company after 13 years, the company’s blog announced Monday. Levine, who sold $4.45 million worth of Meta shares last week based on a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, will stay until the summer. Nicola Mendelsohn and Justin Osofsky are taking on expanded roles as Meta’s most senior sales and partnership leaders, and will report to Chief Operating Officer Javier Olivan.

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