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Cox Automotive names former First Data, Equifax exec as Chief Product Officer

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  1. A veteran fintech executive is taking over as chief product officer at Cox Automotive.
  2. In her new role, Johnson will partner with the Cox Automotive executive team to focus on building products. The family of brands produced by the Atlanta-based company includes Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book and Manheim.
  3. “Marianne will lead our product team during an important time in our history,” Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Mark O’Neil said in a news release. “She understands the momentum we have, the opportunities in front of us, and she’s committed to leveraging her product and innovation expertise to maximize them.”

A veteran fintech executive is taking over as chief product officer at Cox Automotive.

The automotive arm of Cox Enterprises Inc. named Marianne Johnson as the new CPO, effective today, reporting to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Mark O’Neil. She succeeds Rick Gibbs, who spent 20 years with Dealer.com, Dealertrack and Cox Automotive. He left the company to spend more time with his family, according to a company spokesperson.

In her new role, Johnson will partner with the Cox Automotive executive team to focus on building products. The family of brands produced by the Atlanta-based company includes Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book and Manheim.

“Marianne will lead our product team during an important time in our history,” O’Neil said in a news release. “She understands the momentum we have, the opportunities in front of us, and she’s committed to leveraging her product and innovation expertise to maximize them.”

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