Wednesday, 26 November 2014
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May 2 2014 | 11:14am ET
Two long-time Gores Group managing directors have left the private-equity firm.
Jordan Katz and Tim Myers stepped down from the Los Angeles based firm after 11 years and eight years, respectively, Fortune reports. Their plans are unclear, although the magazine cites speculation that wherever they end up, they’ll be working together.
The departures of Katz and Myers follow that of fellow former managing director Ryan Wald last month. Wald move to Marlin Equity Partners.
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