“Andy Miller, the high-profile VP of mobile advertising at Apple, is planning on leaving the company, according to sources close to the situation,” Kara Swisher reports for AllThingsD.
“Sources said Miller — who sold Quattro Wireless, the mobile advertising company he co-founded in 2006, to Apple in early 2010 for $275 million — will become a general partner at Highland Capital, the Boston-based venture firm that had funded Quattro,” Swisher reports. “Apple will search for a replacement for Miller, whose staff was told of the impending departure today.”
Swisher reports, “At Highland, Miller will be working on a range of digital investments from its Silicon Valley office, sources said, and not just in the mobile space.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]