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CEO Shift at Viewpoint

There's a new top dog at rich media firm Viewpoint

There’s a new top dog at rich media firm Viewpoint. Jay Amato, who joined the company in 2003 and oversaw the firm’s acquisition of Unicast, is taking off. Amato confided news of his departure to business contacts in an e-mail missive.

His shoes will be filled by Patrick Vogt, a Viewpoint board member who hails most recently from Sony Electronics.

Amato’s being cagey about his future plans. In his e-mail, he bragged about his success at Viewpoint and said only the glaringly obvious about his next venture: “you might see my name associated with another enterprise in the future.” C’mon, Jay… spill the beans!

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