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Mark Pincus No Longer Part Of The Tribe

April 8, 2005

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Several sources carry the story that Mark Pincus is no longer the CEO of Tribe.net, and that the company has hired a new CEO. Regarding his stepping down, Pincus is very candid: “I don’t really enjoy being a day to day manager of people and projects,” he said, “and it’s not something I think I’m particularly good at. Is this a case of another founder being pushed out, kicking and screaming? That’s never the case with me.”
We have heard from sources that Pincus is in fact a volatile personality and is actually known for screaming on the job. Also, he has has his fingers in a number of projects and perhaps stretches himself thin. So this would seem like a good move for everyone involved.

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