Redmayne’s last day will be on Friday, November 4th. Until the position is filled, executive vice president of operations and technology Larry Nevins will handle his responsibilities.
Redmayne had this statement: “I’m very sad to be leaving HarperCollins – it is a terrific company and I have loved my time within it. HarperCollins has made great strides in the digital world over the last few years – because it is well led and has great people. These efforts will continue at pace and I look forward to watching their future success.”
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