logo
Share SHARE
FONT-SIZE Plus   Neg

Intelimax Media Names Christopher Petry CEO And Michael Young President

Intelimax Media Inc. (IXMD) announced that it has appointed Christopher Petry as Chief Executive Officer or CEO and Michael Young as President of the company.

Glenn Little resigned from these positions in order to accommodate these new appointments, but remains the Chief Financial Officer or CFO and a director of the company, the company stated.

Commenting on Christopher, the company said he joined Intelimax in May 2011 and has been working on the development and design of the company's new social media gaming platform. He has directed his creative energy and determination on converting his treasured past time into the vastly growing market of fantasy sports and social media.

Intelimax stated that Michael is a Founder and a Director of Intelimax Media Inc. since April 2006. He has served on several boards of publicly traded companies and has extensive experience working with companies in senior management positions and as an independent consultant.

by RTT Staff Writer

For comments and feedback: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Editors Pick
Embark Veterinary Inc., a startup that makes dog DNA-testing kits for pet owners, vets and breeders, said it has raised $4.5 million in funding from investors and relocated its headquarters to Boston. The company intends to use the new funding to expand its canine genetic testing suite for pet owners, breeders, and veterinarians. Intel Corp. has completely shut down its wearables division about two weeks ago, CNBC reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. The company reportedly intends to focus on augmented reality. According to the CNBC report, Intel laid off about 80 percent of the team that made the Basis fitness watch in November 2016 and has now eliminated the division entirely. The Federal Trade Commission is investigating allegations that Amazon.com Inc. misled consumers about its pricing discounts, Reuters reported, citing a source close to the probe. The FTC probe is reportedly part of the agency's review of Amazon's proposed $13.4 billion deal to buy grocery chain Whole Foods Market Inc.
comments powered by Disqus
Follow RTT