Cait O'Riordan took over as Chief Product and Information Officer at the Financial Times from Christina Scott in February 2016 last year. Joining from Shazam, where she was vice president of product, O'Riordan sees her role as defining and driving product concepts and strategies across platforms and devices, managing and coordinating large teams to deliver information to audiences on time and on budget.
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