People: Take-Two Interactive Software Inc (TTWO.OQ)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Strauss Zelnick

56 2011 Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

Karl Slatoff

43 2013 President, Chief Operating Officer

Lainie Goldstein

45 2007 Chief Financial Officer

Seth Krauss

43

Michael Dornemann

67 Lead Independent Director

Jon Moses

54 2007 Director

Susan Tolson

52 2014 Director

Robert Bowman

58 2007 Independent Director

Michael Sheresky

45 2007 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Strauss Zelnick

Mr. Strauss Zelnick is an Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of Take Two Interactive Software Inc. He has been Chairman of the Company since March 2007, Executive Chairman of the Company since February 2008 and Chief Executive Officer of the Company since January 2011. Mr. Zelnick is also a partner in ZelnickMedia Corporation (“ZelnickMedia”). Mr. Zelnick serves as Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer pursuant to the terms of the Management Agreement between the Company and ZelnickMedia. Mr. Zelnick currently is Chairman of ITN Networks and serves on the boards of directors of Alloy, Inc., Naylor LLC and Starwood Properties Trust, Inc. Mr. Zelnick served as Executive Chairman of Direct Holdings Worldwide, Inc., until the company was sold to Reader’s Digest on March 2, 2007. Prior to forming ZelnickMedia, Mr. Zelnick was President and Chief Executive Officer of BMG Entertainment, a $4.7 billion music and entertainment company with more than 200 record labels and operations in 54 countries. Mr. Zelnick’s appointment as President and Chief Executive Officer of BMG Entertainment followed his tenure as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company’s North American business unit from 1994 through 1998. Before joining BMG Entertainment, Mr. Zelnick was President and Chief Executive Officer of Crystal Dynamics. Prior to that, he spent four years as President and Chief Operating Officer of 20th Century Fox, where he managed all aspects of its worldwide motion picture and distribution business. Previously, he spent three years at Vestron Inc. as a senior executive, and rose to become President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Zelnick also serves on the Board of the Entertainment Software Association.

Karl Slatoff

Mr. Karl Slatoff is President, Chief Operating Officer of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. He was appointed as President of the Company on May 1, 2013. He became President of the Company in May 2013 and prior thereto served as a Chief Operating Officer of the Company from October 2010. Prior to October 2010, Mr. Slatoff served as an Executive Vice President of the Company beginning in February 2008. Mr. Slatoff also is a partner in ZelnickMedia and serves as a director of Cannella Response Television, LLC. Prior to joining ZelnickMedia in 2001, Mr. Slatoff served as Vice President, New Media for BMG Entertainment, where he was responsible for guiding BMG’s online digital strategies, including the development of commercial digital distribution initiatives and new business models for the sale and syndication of online content. From 1994 to 1996, Mr. Slatoff worked in strategic planning at the Walt Disney Company, where he focused on the consumer products, studio and broadcast divisions, as well as several initiatives in the educational, publishing and new media sectors. From 1992 to 1994, Mr. Slatoff worked in the corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions units at Lehman Brothers where he focused on the consumer products and retail/merchandising industries.

Lainie Goldstein

Ms. Lainie Goldstein is Chief Financial Officer of Take Two Interactive Software Inc. Ms. Goldstein also oversees Investor Relations. Prior to June 2007, Ms. Goldstein served as the Company’s Senior Vice President of Finance beginning in November 2003. Ms. Goldstein has over 20 years of financial and business experience in the software, entertainment, retail and apparel industries, including more than 13 years overseeing the finance functions of publicly traded companies. Prior to joining the Company in November 2003, Ms. Goldstein spent seven years in various finance positions with Nautica Enterprises, Inc., an apparel company, most recently as Vice President, Finance and Business Development. Ms. Goldstein is a certified public accountant, and, from 1990 until joining Nautica Enterprises, Inc., held positions in the audit and reorganization departments at Grant Thornton LLP.

Seth Krauss

Mr. Seth D. Krauss is no longer Executive Vice President, General Counsel of Take Two Interactive Software Inc., effective June 27, 2014. In addition to serving as the Chief Legal Officer of the Company, Mr. Krauss oversees Risk Management, Insurance, Digital and Physical Security and Data Privacy. Mr. Krauss also oversees administrative management of Internal Audit on behalf of the Audit Committee. From March 2004 through March 2007, he served in the Legal and Compliance Division of Morgan Stanley, a global financial services company, first as Vice President and Counsel and then as Executive Director and Counsel, where he had been responsible for coordinating all significant regulatory and law enforcement matters for Morgan Stanley in the United States and served as one of the firm’s senior liaisons to its U.S.-based financial regulators and law enforcement agencies. From 1995 until joining Morgan Stanley in March 2004, Mr. Krauss served as an Assistant District Attorney and Senior Investigative Counsel in the New York County District Attorney’s Office, where his work included leading complex, long-term investigations into violations of securities, banking, accounting, taxation and related laws and regulations, working closely with the SEC, FINRA, as well as numerous state, federal and international financial regulators and law enforcement agencies.

Michael Dornemann

Mr. Michael Dornemann is Lead Independent Director of Take Two Interactive Software Inc. Mr. Dornemann is an entertainment and marketing executive with more than 30 years of management consulting, corporate development, strategic advisory and media experience. Since 2001, Mr. Dornemann has served on several boards and currently serves as Chairman of Jet Set AG, a worldwide fashion company based in Switzerland; as Vice-Chairman of Access Worldwide Communications; as director of Columbia Music Entertainment (CME) of Japan; and as Chairman of Strenesse, AG, a fashion label based in Germany. Prior to 2001, Mr. Dornemann was an executive board member of Bertelsmann AG for 16 years and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bertelsmann Entertainment (music and television division, BMG and RTL Group) and held positions with IBM and Boston Consulting Group.

Jon Moses

Mr. J. Mose is Director of Take Two Interactive Software Inc., since March 2007. Mr. Moses is currently the Founder and President of Bagooba, a social media start up. From September 1997 through July 2009, Mr. Moses was the Chief Executive Officer of UGO Networks, Inc., an online publisher delivering information and entertainment for gamers. Mr. Moses, who co-founded UGO Networks, managed the sale of that company to the Hearst Corporation in August 2007. Prior thereto, Mr. Moses served as President of MTV Russia and oversaw the launch of MTV Networks in Russia in 1998. Mr. Moses, a 30 year veteran of the media industry, also served as the President of BMG Interactive from 1992 to 1995. Mr. Moses serves on advisory boards to Simulmedia, Inc. and Flow Corp.

Susan Tolson

Ms. Susan Tolson is Director of the Company. Susan Tolson is a director of American Media Inc. and Groupe Lagardre. From 1990 to June 2010, Ms. Tolson worked at Capital Research and Management Company and Capital Research Company, subsidiaries of The Capital Group Companies, Inc., serving in various capacities, including Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager. Prior to joining Capital Research, Ms. Tolson spent two years with Aetna Investment Management Company, making private investments in media and entertainment companies. Ms. Tolson also serves as member of the audit committee of American Media, board member and audit committee member of the American Cinmathque, and board member and member of the business affairs committee of The American University of Paris. Ms. Tolson also serves on the investment committee of the American School of Paris. She resides in Washington, D.C. Ms. Tolson holds a B.A., cum laude, in economics from Smith College, and an MBA from Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.

Robert Bowman

Mr. Robert A. Bowman is an Independent Director of Take Two Interactive Software Inc., since April 2007. Mr. Bowman is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Major League Baseball Advanced Media, L.P. (“MLB Advanced Media”), which manages the interactive and Internet rights for Major League Baseball, a position he has held since 2000. Prior to joining MLB Advanced Media, Mr. Bowman was President and Chief Operations Officer of ITT Corporation from 1995 through 2000, where he previously served as Chief Financial Officer from 1991 through 1995. Mr. Bowman served as the Treasurer of the State of Michigan from 1983 through 1990, overseeing its tax policy and collection and the state’s pension fund. Mr. Bowman serves as President of the Michigan Education Trust and is a director of The Warnaco Group, Inc., serving on the Audit Committee and Compensation Committee at Warnaco. Mr. Bowman also serves as a director of ViaSat Inc., an internet and communications service provider. Mr. Bowman served as a Director of Blockbuster, Inc. from 2003 to 2010 and World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

Michael Sheresky

Mr. Michael Sheresky is an Independent Director of Take Two Interactive Software Inc., since March 2007. Mr. Sheresky has been a motion picture talent agent at United Talent Agency since June 2009, where he is responsible for structuring projects and deals in the areas of motion picture and television development, production, and distribution. From 1992 through 1995, and then from 1997 through May 2009, Mr. Sheresky held a number of positions at the William Morris Agency, a talent agency, most recently Senior Vice President in its Motion Picture Department. During that time, he represented authors, journalists, screenwriters, directors, producers and actors in the motion picture and television businesses.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Strauss Zelnick

11,424

Karl Slatoff

11,425

Lainie Goldstein

7,100,030

Seth Krauss

6,456,230

Michael Dornemann

--

Jon Moses

--

Susan Tolson

--

Robert Bowman

--

Michael Sheresky

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As Of 30 Mar 2013

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