Peter Oppenheimer will retire this year. Taking his place will be Luca Maestri, currently vice president of finance and corporate controller.
The messaging service nabs top Facebook executive Emily White just weeks after it rebuffed a reported $3 billion acquisition offer from the social network.
Microsoft's corporate vice president of Internet Explorer, Dean Hachamovitch, is taking on a new job at the company.
Longtime Googler Susan Wojcicki has been named as the next head of YouTube.
The latest report based on leaks by Edward Snowden has it that the NSA hacked into the servers of a Chinese router company that had itself been accused by the US of potentially aiding government espionage.
General counsel Alex Macgillivray will leave Twitter's day-to-day operations to pursue "other passions."
The protest movement against Academy Award winner Ben Affleck taking on the role of Batman reaches the petition stage.
Separating the two positions could help keep abuses of power in check, as the NSA works to win back the public's trust.
The company says that it wants its brand to "be more bold" and appeal to people around the world.
Some in Hawick, Scotland, worry that a ratty fictional version in GTA V could destroy the "good reputation of the town."