Professional networking platform LinkedIn said its chief executive officer, Jeff Weiner, will step down from his position effective June 1.
Head of product Ryan Roslansky will take over as CEO of Microsoft’s LinkedIn, Jeff Weiner said in a post on his LinkedIn profile.
Ryan Roslansky will report directly to Satya Nadella and serve as a member of his senior leadership team.
Jeff Weiner, who has been the CEO since 2008, would become the platform’s executive chairman.
LinkedIn, which was bought by Microsoft in 2016, has more than 675 million members.
Microsoft’s productivity and business process unit, which includes LinkedIn, reported $11.8 billion in revenue in the second quarter.