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Dan Rosensweig Net Worth

Dan Rosensweig Net Worth is
$25 Million

Dan Rosensweig Biography

Rosensweig’s first job from school was at Pitney Bowes Dictaphone, selling word processors door to door in Manhattan. Within three hours on the job he was told the firm needed to lay off almost 1,000 individuals, including his office. Following this expertise in 1983, Rosensweig took employment at Ziff Davis Publishing Company as a cool caller selling magazines to motherandpop computer retail stores. He continued to work for Ziff Davis until 2000, where he worked his way upward in the distribution section, to classified ad sales, to front-of-publication advertising sales, then publisher of PC Magazine. Under Rosensweig’s direction, PC Magazine became the leading computer magazine in both audience reach and sales. In 1996, Rosensweig met the creators of Yahoo! and started a set of Internet magazines including Yahoo! of Internet Life Magazine. During his tenure at CNET, Rosensweig served as a vital participant in firm-wide efforts to build up and introduce revolutionary new Internet advertising formats, including interactive messaging units. In 2002, Rosensweig joined Yahoo! as COO where he was responsible for product development, advertising, international businesses and North American operations until 2006. In 2007, Rosensweig joined private investment firm Quadrangle Group as a associate starting an office in Silicon Valley founded by Steven Rattner. In February 2010, Rosensweig joined Chegg as President and Chief Executive Officer, where he manages the entire business operations and executive direction. The business has since moved from textbook lease into other enterprises.

Dan Rosensweig Net Worth $25 Million Dollars

Quick Facts

Net Worth$25 Million
Date Of BirthDobbs Ferry, New York, United States)
ProfessionBusinessperson
EducationHobart and William Smith Colleges
LinkedInhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/danielrosensweig
Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Rosensweig
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