0 Updated during 5:57 pm, Jul 28th, 2017 By: Tom Kludt, CNN
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Katie Couric is withdrawal a purpose she has hold during Yahoo News given 2013.
A orator for Oath, a new auxiliary combined in a arise of a Yahoo-Verizon merger, reliable a news, that was initial reported by Recode.
“Over a final 4 years Katie has combined a immeasurable portfolio of work that has been equal tools inspiring, suspicion inspiring and fun to watch,” a orator said. “We’re unapproachable of all she has achieved and demeanour brazen to exploring ways to work together in a future.”
Couric was brought on as Yahoo’s “global anchor,” and a splashy sinecure for then-company CEO Marissa Mayer. In a role, Couric, a former “Today” uncover horde and “CBS Evening News” anchor, interviewed newsmakers on a web program.
But Couric’s star faded in a digital space, with many of her interviews going overlooked. Her depart from a association is not a sum shock. Mayer, whose reign as CEO was injured by unsure business deals and shocking information breaches, left a association final month after a partnership was finalized. Page Six reported final week that Couric attended a farewell celebration final week for members of her staff during Yahoo News.
Other members of a Yahoo editorial group have left following a merger, too. Megan Liberman stepped down in May as editor-in-chief of Yahoo News.
CNNMoney’s Dylan Byers and Seth Fiegerman contributed reporting.
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