Paul “Triple H” Levesque
Paul “Triple H” Levesque has been promoted to Chief Content Officer, according to World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE:WWE). Frank A. Riddick III, the company’s president and chief financial officer, was also given a promotion. After serving on the company’s board of directors for more than 13 years and serving as interim CFO earlier, Riddick joined WWE as CFO last year.
Nick Khan and Stephanie McMahon, the chairwoman and co-CEO of WWE, will receive Triple H reports in tandem. The husband of the business’s recently named co-CEO Stephanie McMahon and professional wrestler known as “Triple H,” Mr. Levesque, will report to co-CEO Nick Khan, according to World Wrestling Entertainment. Following the resignation of former CEO Vince McMahon in late July, a flurry of new leadership appointments were made.
Changes in Leadership
Following the departure of former president Vince McMahon, WWE made a number of changes to its executive team. According to the company’s SEC filing, four executives have taken on McMahon’s responsibilities since he resigned from all of his company positions on July 22. The Chairwoman and Co-CEO goes to Stephanie McMahon (Vince McMahon’s daughter); the Co-CEO Nick Khan; Chief Financial Officer/Chief Administrative Officer will be Frank Riddick III; and Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque (Vince McMahon’s son) and Riddick – who was promoted to president of the firm while he continued to serve as chief financial officer. The changes were accompanied by a corresponding boost in pay.
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