YouTube founder Chad Hurley has announced that he will be ending day-to-day involvement with the video-sharing site, where his position will then be handed over to longtime Googler Salar Kamangar. Don’t get Hurley wrong, as YouTube will grow from strength to strength since Salar Kamangar has been effectively running the site for the last few months already. Google has yet to profit from the $1.65bn it paid for YouTube four years ago, so it remains to be seen whether Kamangar turn this business unit of Google’s to a more profitable outlook. Where else do you think Chad will turn his attentions to after this?
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