Adobe is extending the parameters for its Real-time Customer Data Platform (CDP) offering to include B2B data and workflows, the company announced in a Tuesday (Nov. 24) blog post, improving on last y
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|EVP, WW Field Operations||Matthew Thompson||709||-1,060|
|Director||John E. Warnock||0||-16,290|
|Chairman, President and CEO; Director||Shantanu Narayen||5,156||-57,712|
|EVP, GM, Digital Media||Bryan S. Lamkin||1,547||-28,502|
|EVP and CFO||John Francis Murphy||1,547||-10,313|
|EVP, Chief Product Officer||Scott Belsky||1,547||-5,969|
|EVP, Chief Marketing Officer||Ann Lewnes||1,224||-28,830|
|Director||Amy L. Banse||0||-5,100|
|EVP, CTO, Strategy & Growth||Abhay Parasnis||1,547||-2,313|
|EVP, Gen. Counsel & Secretary||Dana Rao||6,648||-11,967|
|EVP, CHRO, Employee Experience||Gloria Chen||516||-3,244|
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