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Tim Stevens, editor-in-chief of AOL-owned Engadget, is out. Marc Perton, the head of gdgt...

Tim Stevens, editor-in-chief of AOL-owned Engadget, is out. Marc Perton, the head of gdgt (recently acquired by AOL), will run Engadget while a search commences for a permanent replacement. Stevens' departure comes two months after AOL announced a big shakeup for its Patch local news unit, and five months after the company hired former Martha Stewart Living/Gilt Group chief Susan Lyne to head its online media brands (Huffington Post excluded).
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  • Tufenk
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    Engagdet wont be the same without him, here is $BBRY instablog quoting them.
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    16 Jul 2013, 08:34 AM Reply Like
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