Donald Trump has been inaugurated as the new President of the United States, but he isn’t the only business person stepping into a new role this week. Here are some of the major job moves from the past week.

After 13 years with the company, Michael Lynton is stepping down as CEO of Sony Entertainment and is joining Snapchat as Chairman of the Board. The transition should complete in six months.

Thomas Tull, who co-founded Legendary Entertainment 11 years ago, is leaving his post as chairman and CEO of the film company.

Leading toy maker, Mattel, has appointed former Google Americas president, Margaret Georgiadis, to serve as chief executive officer. This move marks the second CEO switch since 2015. Georgiadis officially takes the role on February 8.

Premium cable content network, EPIX has named Sandy Ashendorf as executive vice president for content distribution. In this role, Ashendorf will head the network’s distribution partnerships on all platforms.

Conde Naste Entertainment has hired Croi McNamara to the role of senior vice President of programming for digital. McNamara will oversee creative development for projects produced on CNE’s slate in addition to collaborating with editorial staff.

Target has promoted Rick Gomez to the role of EVP and CMO. Formerly the SVP of marketing, Gomez will now be in charge of brand positioning and leading marketing, media strategy, creative, research, loyalty and corporate communications.

A Wireless, a premium retailer for Verizon Wireless, has appointed George Sherman as its new CEO.

Unity, makers of the Unity Engine, announced that it has hired Dave Rhodes as chief revenue officer for the company’s core license and platform business. Rhodes previously served at Paradigm, where he was EVP of sales, services and marketing.

Interior designer and author, Nate Berkus, is returning to television this spring on TLC, having recently signed an agreement with Brillstein Entertainment Partners. He will star alongside fellow interior designer Jeremiah Brent, but will continue to run his Chicago-based design firm, Nate Berkus Associates. Berkus also serves as artistic Adviser for LG Studio.

After leading the Directors Guild of America (DGA) for over two decades, Jay Roth announced that he is retiring from the role of national executive director this spring.

Conspexit, a new studio in Bankside, London with a focus on helping people with visual impairments, has hired Russell Harding as its creative director. Harding formerly served as creative director at Sony Interactive Entertainment’s London Studios and led the vision behind PlayStation VR Worlds.

Trainline appointed Mark Brooker as chief operating officer. Brooker will be responsible for company marketing, products and Trainline international.

Integral Ad Science has hired Nick Morley to the newly created role of managing director. Based in London, Morley is tasked with driving the company’s growth and further expansion into key European markets.

Dentsu has named Toshihiro Yamamoto as its new CEO after Tadashi Ishii stepped down from the role amid a series of major scandals.

Former Techland COO, Pawel Zawodny, founded a new game studio called Strange New Things based in Wroclaw, Poland. He is joined by former members of IO Interactive, CD Projekt Red and Techland.

Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro, who founded Deadly Premonition developer Access Games, is returning to game development with a new studio based in Osaka, Japan—White Owls Inc. At this time, Suehiro is the only team member listed on the company’s website.

Ubisoft has acquired FreeStyleGames, maker of DJ Hero and Guitar Hero Live, from Activision. The studio has been renamed to Ubisoft Leamington.

Wizards of the Coast is reimagining its entire digital strategy, and has created Digital Games Studio to follow through with that plan. The studio features a team of video game industry all-stars led by Jeffrey Steefel, and it will handle development for Dungeons & Dragons games and Magic: The Gathering. Additionally, the studio will look for opportunities to enhance its real-world properties with technology.

“We will make your Wizards experiences more efficient, connected, and convenient,” said Wizards of the Coast president, Chris Cocks, in a press release.

Television network giant, Fox, recently opened FoxNext—a new division that is focused on expanding the company’s video game, virtual reality and augmented reality operations.

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