Mozilla CEO John Lilly to Step Down And Head to Greylock

Wednesday May 12th 2010 by Staff

Lilly will leave the organization after a successor is found.

Cnet: In an e-mail to employees, Mozilla CEO John Lilly has confirmed his plans to resign and begin working as a venture partner at Greylock Partners. "This won't happen today or tomorrow--I expect to be here and working for several months yet, and I'm planning to stay on the Board of Directors," he writes. "We're starting a CEO search now, and plan to do it in as transparent a way as possible-which means I'll continue in my CEO role as normal for several more months, at least."

Lilly took the chief executive position at the non-profit/for-profit organization in 2008.

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