Facebook CIO to depart, company searches for new candidate

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Tim Campos, Facebook's CIO, will leave the company at the end of the year to launch his own company, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Mr. Campos has worked for the social networking site since 2010. He revealed details of his departure in a Facebook post in April. At that time, he said he was "not ready to share details about what [he was] planning to do next," but he recently told CIO Journal that he plans to create a new company.

Facebook will now begin recruiting for a new vice president and CIO, according to a job posting.

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