Dennis Mudd, CEO of streaming music service Slacker, has announced that he is quitting his job, although he will remain on the company’s board of directors. “He will be spending more time with family, but staying very focused on the company,” an investor tells VentureWire. No replacement for Mudd has yet been announced. The source also suggests that Slacker president Jim Cady “has been, in many ways, operating the company”.

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