Mark Jung, who came to Fox Interactive via its IGN acquisition has left the company for pastures unknown. Ross Levinsohn has assumed the COO duties for now. Fox had acquired IGN for $650 million (and change) last September. Rafat Ali says that there have been rumors of talks between Jung and Facebook, though he points out that these were just rumors. A former IGN guy gives his take on Jung’s exit.
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