Dan Rosensweig serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Chegg.com, where he oversees the overall business operations and executive management.
Dan brings successful, high-growth consumer business experience to Chegg, having served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Guitar Hero and Chief Operating Officer at Yahoo!, where he was responsible for product development, marketing, international operations, and North American operations. Prior to Yahoo!, Dan also served as President of ZDNet, where he managed its successful merger with CNET.
Dan received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Hobart College in Geneva, New York. When Dan isn't attending a Springsteen concert or enjoying quality time with his wife and two daughters, he participates on the Advisory Board of the non-profit DonorsChoose.org, and contributes as a member of the Executives in Residence program at Columbia University. He also resides on the boards of direc...
Chi-Hua Chien joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 2007. At KPCB he focuses on investments in the iFund (mobile applications), consumer internet, and digital media infrastructure. As a Board Director or observer, he works closely with the teams at Booyah, Chegg, Lockerz, Reputation Defender, and Working Equity.
Prior to KPCB, Chi-Hua worked with Accel Partners as a Venture Advisor and Associate focusing on software as a service, consumer Internet, and online advertising infrastructure. Chi-Hua originated Accel's investments in Facebook and AdECN (acquired by MSFT), while also working on the firm's investments in AdMob, BitTorrent, fbFund, Glam, Trulia, and YuMe Networks.
Previously, Chi-Hua was the Director of Marketing at Coremetrics (acquired by IBM), where he led the marketing and inside sales teams as the company grew from 20 to more than 200 customers. He also served as the company's interim CFO through two rounds of venture funding. Chi-Hua's p...
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Dan Rosensweig, former COO of Yahoo! and current CEO of Chegg, speaks about the value of acquisitions for organizations who face operational pressures that can inhibit internal invention. Yahoo! bought other companies for either their team or their technology, but the ultimate goal of any acquisition on their radar was to use it as a magnet for broader advertising sales.