At exactly the time MySpace should be laser-focusing on plotting its comeback, the social network has lost another senior executive. Co-president Jason Hirschorn is leaving the company, with fellow co-president Mike Jones set to be named as sole CEO. The pair only took over earlier this year after CEO Owen Van Natta was jettisoned shortly after his keynote appearance at MidemNet. And he only joined the company in April last year after former CEO Chris DeWolfe was ejected. News Corporation’s chief digital officer Jon Miller claims Hirschorn’s departure is a personal decision: “We fully respect Jason’s decision to leave and his personal desire to return to New York.” Source: TechCrunch

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