Napster CEO stepping down
Chris Gorog starting his own ventureDENVER -- After 10 years, Napster CEO Chris Gorog is stepping down from the company to start his own venture.
Gorog originally was chairman and CEO of Roxio, which was renamed Napster after it acquired the famous brand and Web site. Best Buy acquired Napster in October 2008. Christopher Allen will take over Gorog's duties in the role of GM.
Gorog said he's established a new "personal" company called Gorog.net, which he says will serve as a foundation of sorts to "explore new opportunities" for both himself and others interested in the entertainment, media and technology space.