CNBC Chairman Mark Hoffman Steps Down After 17 Years in Charge

He will be replaced by KC Sullivan, most recently NBCU global advertising and partnerships chief

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The end of an era has arrived at CNBC: Mark Hoffman is stepping down from his role in charge of the financial news network and will be replaced by NBCU global advertising and partnerships president KC Sullivan.

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