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Cheng leaves Google for Bloomberg

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New York—Ien Cheng, director-product management at Google, is leaving the company to run the multimedia arm of Bloomberg, according to a report in a Wall Street Journal blog.

“In his new role as chief of staff for Bloomberg’s multimedia group, Mr. Cheng will oversee the financial data provider’s television, radio, Web and mobile properties, he wrote in an e-mail to friends and associates,” the JournalCheng had previously been the publisher and managing editor of the Financial Times’ Web site.

Last month Bloomberg announced it had hired Kevin Krim, formerly VP-product and strategy for Yahoo HotJobs and Yahoo Small Business, as head of the Bloomberg.com Web site business.

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