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SF Interactive co-founder resigns, new COO named

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San Francisco--Alejandro Levins, co-founder of SF Interactive, has resigned as COO of the company as part of a restructuring. Levins was replaced by Gregory Richey, who will add COO responsibilities to his current duties as CFO. Richey was also named to the board of the digital marketing communications company.
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