News: Shailesh Rao quits Google

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Shailesh Rao quits Google

Shailesh Rao, Managing Director (media & platforms) for Google's Asia-Pacific operations has called it quits. February 3 was his last day. Rao is headed to world's largest microblogging site Twitter as vice-president, international operations. Rao had joined Google California headquarters in March 2005 as director, local search where he was responsible for worldwide Google Local services and channel program. He also helped lead launch of Google Maps and Earth across Western Europe and parts of Asia and Latin America. Rao moved to India in 2007 to head the Google's India operations.

Shailesh Rao, Managing Director (media & platforms) for Google's Asia-Pacific operations has called it quits. February 3 was his last day. Rao is headed to world's largest microblogging site Twitter as vice-president, international operations. Rao had joined Google California headquarters in March 2005 as director, local search where he was responsible for worldwide Google Local services and channel program. He also helped lead launch of Google Maps and Earth across Western Europe and parts of Asia and Latin America. Rao moved to India in 2007 to head the Google's India operations.

Prior to Google, Rao worked with banking-software firm Yodlee and AOL amongst others.

Source: Hindustan Times 

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