Robert Massey has resigned as CEO of Compuserve after two years at the helm of the online service provider.
He is to be replaced by Frank Salizzoni, chairman of Compuserve, while the company searches for a permanent replacement.
Since the company went public in April last year, analysts have showed disappointment with its failure to move quickly in response to challenges posed by other commercial services. But a spokesperson for the company said that the resignation was voluntary.
According to sources the company is also planning to scrap its no-ads policy in the UK. Compuserve already offers advertising space on its US-based service, but, so far, has not exploited its dominance of the UK online market. The company is still the largest online service provider in the UK with around 400,000 customers.
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