"We're going to continue to listen to what the broad public says about these decisions, and ultimately our goal is to balance the right thing happening for the most people -- really, for everyone -- with complexity that comes with putting in a whole lot of control," Belfiore said.
He won't be around for a while to oversee that. Belfiore announced this week that he's taking a year-long sabbatical from the company (which he has worked at for more than 25 years), and spending more time with his family. In his absence, other members of his leadership team will work closely with Myerson.
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