Google Lead Project Manager Dylan Casey, the guy most famously in charge of the recently launched Google+ Google Bar, is leaving Google to join social app Path, the company tells me. Casey, who had been at Google since 2003, will start at Path on Tuesday as Director of Product Management.
Before the Google+ launch, Casey was in charge of Google real-time search AND an Olympian on Lance Armstrong's cycling team (Yes, really).
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