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An employee uprising at a dysfunctional tech workplace has led to the exit of the CEO after only 9 months on the job

After an internal investigation into allegations of "sexism and a hostile work environment," as employees described it, the new CEO of LiveOps, Keith Leimbach, is out, Business Insider has confirmed. He was fired just nine months after being hired. Also out: Sam Lawrence, the company confirmed. Lawrence was the chief strategy officer hired by Leimbach. Both executives were let go in the past couple of days, after Business Insider contacted board members inquiring about the investigation.
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After an internal investigation into allegations of "sexism and a hostile work environment," as employees described it, the new CEO of LiveOps, Keith Leimbach, is out, Business Insider has confirmed. He quit in protest, then became ...

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