Three of MySpace’s senior tech execs have left the company, showing that its reshuffle is continuing, despite the heavy shake-up last year. VP of Media & Entertainment Technology Kevin Freund and two VPs of Engineering – Lucas Buck and Sheetal Patel – have all left. “Our intent is to foster an environment of innovation and nimbleness that is centered on our user and our product,” says a statement from MySpace explaining the changes. “Today we’ve realigned our technology team against specific product lines to make it more efficient and allow us to bring new experiences to our users faster.” Source: TechCrunch

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