Co-founder resigns as comScore’s executive chairman
Magid Abraham, a co-founder of Reston-based comScore, has resigned as executive chairman of the company’s board of directors.
He will remain on the board through the remainder of his term, which expires in 2018.
Abraham said he will focus his efforts as the recently appointed executive chairman of Herndon-based APX Labs and his work as a visiting scholar at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
He is also an angel investor for technology startups.
Abraham co-founded comScore with Gian Fulgoni, its chairman emeritus. The company is a cross-platform firm that precisely measures audiences, brands and consumer behavior.
The company completed a merger with Portland, Ore.-based Rentrak Corp. in January.