Hulu loses another executive as CEO candidates surface

Hulu is losing an executive as the list of potential candidates for its top job grows. The company's sales chief, Jean-Paul Colaco, is leaving the company later this month to take on a role at a startup, acting CEO Andy Forssell wrote on the company's blog. Meanwhile, the New York Post reported that outgoing NBCUniversal executive Lauren Zalaznik and Intel's (Nasdaq: INTC) Erik Huggers have expressed interest in taking over CEO duties permanently. Other reported candidates include Fox and Disney (NYSE: DIS) executives. Those two companies, along with Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), own Hulu. Read more

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