Kevin Delaney, chief editor of Quartz and one of the founders of the digital publication, is stepping down as part of a shake-up of the company's leadership.
Quartz announced a series of changes Monday, including naming another of its co-founders, Zach Seward, CEO. Delaney had previously shared this role with Jay Lauf, who will become chairman of the company.
Quartz, established by Atlantic Media in 2012, was sold to Japanese financial intelligence company Uzabase last year.
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