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January 31, 2013
16:09 EDTBCOV, ADBEBrightcove names David Mendels as CEO
Brightcove (BCOV) announced an executive transition plan for 2013. David Mendels, currently President and COO of Brightcove, will become the company's CEO following the completion of the first quarter 2013. Jeremy Allaire will continue to serve in his role as CEO during this transition period and will become Executive Chairman of the Board at the beginning of the second quarter of 2013, at which time he will continue to be actively involved in the company's strategic planning, product development and key customer relationships. Mendels has served as Brightcove's President and COO since 2010. Prior to joining Brightcove, Mendels was Senior Vice President and General Manager of Adobe's (ADBE) Business Productivity Unit.
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07:34 EDTBCOVBrightcove partners with LATTO for video solution
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July 15, 2014
18:02 EDTADBEAdobe, Google announce digital type breakthrough
Adobe (ADBE) announced the release of Source Han Sans, an open source typeface supporting Japanese, Chinese and Korean, as well as Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. It was developed in collaboration with Adobe’s key partner Google (GOOG) and contracted foundry partners across East Asia. Source Han Sans marks a record-breaking typeface in terms of size, scale, complexity and support for Japanese, Chinese and Korean all within the same font family. It provides designers and developers creating content for international audiences one uniform font to use in print and Web files no matter the language - eliminating the need to license multiple fonts.
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