Recode is looking for a new face to replace Steve Jobs, who was forced to resign in April 2018 due to cancer treatment complications.
Recode editor-in-chief and senior technology writer Kara Swisher is joining the team as Recode senior technology editor, the company announced in a post on its website on Wednesday.
She’ll join the Recode family, replacing longtime Recode technology writer Matt Cutts, who will become Recode President and CEO, Recode announced.
The two will report to Swisher, who previously served as Recodes senior editor-at-large.
Recodes cofounder Evan Williams, who has been at the company for 20 years, will remain on the executive team.
Recoded, which launched in 2012 and has more than 8 million monthly active users, has more employees than any other media company in the world, according to the company.
In 2018, it reported revenue of $4.4 billion.