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Video game retailer GameStop (NYSE: GME) is shaking up its executive offices. The company just hired a chief technology officer (CTO) with recent experience from Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Web Services (AWS). Two additional executive appointments will bolster GameStop’s expertise in customer care and shipping services.
Matt Francis will become GameStop’s CTO on Feb. 15, having led the DocumentDB database team at AWS over the last year. His CV also includes seven years of e-commerce operations at clothing retailer Zulily and a cloud-oriented data center setup for real estate start-up FlyHomes. His job description at…
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