“The most high profile departures at iAd have been ex-head Andy Miller, who left last year to join Highland Capital; and Lars Albright, who helped had helped found Quattro Wireless and then establish iAd after Apple bought Quattro,” Lunden reports. “In March, Albright launched a startup called SessionM that offers a mobile ad platform that looks to improve engagement in mobile ads by incorporating gamification elements. It raised $20 million in May. (Apple’s iAd has Apple has also made some key hires as well: it picked up Todd Teresi, formerly of Adobe, to replace Miller at the top. A former Yahoo, Jessica Jensen, has also gone to iAd.)”
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