Gary Ruskin, who as co-founder and executive director of Commercial Alert has waged a mini-campaign against P&G’s Tremor unit and other online word of mouth efforts, is stepping down after contracting Lyme disease.
Ruskin wrote in an email to constituents today that he’s unable to work and will be replaced by longtime commercial alert advisor Robert Weissman. He’ll remain on the board however.
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