/// Longtime AOL Exec Jon Brod Headed Out
AOL executive Jon Brod, who has had multiple roles in the company and was most recently in charge of its venture arm, is leaving the company. The news isn’t a huge shock, as AOL Ventures has been in a bit of limbo for a while , and Brod was moved there last spring after his second run heading Patch, CEO Tim Armstrong’s big and troubled bet on local news. Sources say Brod has told AOL he is headed for a startup; AOL declined to comment. Brod is one of the last AOL executives with longstanding ties to Armstrong. He was one of Patch’s co-founders, and joined AOL after Armstrong, an early Patch investor, bought the company in June 2009 . After that he held a variety of roles: He first ran AOL Ventures , and at one point was in charge of “integrating” Arianna Huffington and her operation after AOL bought her company. Armstrong moved him back to Patch in 2011.
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Longtime AOL Exec Jon Brod Headed Out
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