MakeMusic CEO out, search begins for replacement

Effective Friday, President and CEO Karen van Lith will no longer be employed by the Eden Prairie-based music software company. MakeMusic COO and CFO Karen VanDerBosch will serve as interim chief executive.
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Effective Friday, President and CEO Karen van Lith will no longer be employed by the Eden Prairie-based music software company. MakeMusic COO and CFO Karen VanDerBosch will serve as interim chief executive.

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