Facebook Taps Marne Levine as Chief Business Officer, David Fischer’s Successor

She joined the company in 2010 and also served as Instagram’s first COO


When Facebook chief revenue officer David Fischer revealed in late March that he was leaving the company after 11 years, Facebook said his successor would hold a different title: chief business officer. On Thursday, another 11-year Facebook veteran, Marne Levine, was elevated to that role.

Levine had been vice president of global partnerships, business and corporate development. She joined Facebook as vp of global public policy in 2010 before shifting to Instagram in 2014 and becoming its first ever chief operating officer.

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