Tony Fadell Says Good-bye To Nest

Posted: Jun 3 2016, 4:08pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Tony Fadell Says Good-bye to Nest
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Tony Fadell, Founder and CEO of Nest leaves the company.

Tony Fadell announced on his blog his departure from Nest. "Today though, my news is bittersweet: I have decided that the time is right to leave the Nest," he said today. It is actually surprising that he held on that long.

"Although this news may feel sudden to some, this transition has been in progress since late last year and while I won’t be present day to day at Nest, I’ll remain involved in my new capacity as an advisor to Alphabet and Larry Page," Fadell continues.

Matt Rogers and Fadell founded Nest in 2010. Nest has come a very long way. Fadell is known as one of the fathers of the Apple iPod has shown a lot of patients sticking with Google after the acquisition of Nest in 2014.

Marwan Fawaz is joining Nest as the company’s new CEO. He has extensive technology and engineering knowledge, his experience with global service providers, as well as his background in connected home platforms will be valuable in continuing our trajectory, especially in scaling the business, working with our partners, and supporting our enterprise channels says Fadell.

The most exciting part of this news is about what Tony Fadell will invent next.

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