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Indianapolis-based Angie's List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) Board of Directors Chairman Keith Krach has announced plans to retire from the position in May. He has been in the role since 2011. Krach currently serves as chief executive officer of California-based DocuSign Inc. March 18, 2014
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Angie's List (Nasdaq:ANGI) today announced that Keith Krach, Chairman of the company's Board of Directors, has decided to retire from the board effective on the date of the company's annual meeting of stockholders in May.
The company further announced that the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Board has commenced a process to identify a successor for Mr. Krach as Chairman, and expects to name his successor at or before its annual meeting.
"Leaving the board of this great company at a time when it is only beginning to realize its market opportunity was a very difficult decision," said Mr. Krach. "That said, the growing demands of serving as Chief Executive Officer of DocuSign have made it increasingly difficult to devote the time and energy that Angie's List deserves in its Chairman, and I have concluded that the time is right to step aside."
Bill Oesterle, Angie's List's Chief Executive Officer and founder, thanked Mr. Krach for his service.
"Since joining the Board just before our IPO, Keith has made tremendous contributions to Angie's List both in terms of his business insights and his dedication to the highest standards of corporate governance," Oesterle said. "We will sincerely miss him, but we are also deeply proud of Keith's accomplishments leading DocuSign to become the global standard for Digital Transaction Management, and wish him the greatest of success in his future endeavors."
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