- Former Brand Management for P&G
- Former Chief Marketing Officer of Best Buy
- Former Chief Marketing Officer of eBay
Mike Linton is a public speaker who has been in marketing and general management for 30 years.
After graduating from Bowling Green State University and Duke's Fuqua School of Business, he began his career in Brand Management at Procter & Gamble in 1980. He went on to Progressive Insurance, James River Paper Company, and Remington in various Marketing and General Management positions. In 1999, Linton moved to Best Buy, where he became its first ever Chief Marketing Officer responsible for all marketing, brand management, research, Customer Relationship Management, call centers, the Best Buy Advertising Agency, and Public and Investor Relations. In late 2006, he moved to eBay, first in general management as the Senior Vice President of eBay Motors, Canada, Half.com and eBay Stores, and then as the CMO. He left eBay in early 2009 and consulted for a number of companies while writing a column for Forbes.com, titled CMO Calculus.
Currently, Linton is the Executive Vice President, Marketing for FMN Technologies, an early stage start-up in Silicon Valley. He is on the...
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