Stephano Kim, the chief strategy officer at Turner, is the latest executive to leave the company in the wake of AT&T’s acquisition of Turner parent Time Warner, according to two people familiar with the situation. Mr. Kim was offered a role within AT&T, but has decided to leave after five years at the company. He didn’t respond to requests for comment.
Mr. Kim is just the latest executive to depart in the wake of AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner. Earlier this year, Richard Plepler, CEO of HBO, and David Levy, the president of Turner, announced their departures.