Sr. Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development
Andrew Siegel was named to the newly created position of Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development for Advance Publications, Inc. in January 2011. Advance Publications, Inc. is a diversified media company with leading positions in national and international magazines through Condé Nast and Parade Publications, daily and weekly newspapers, business journals through American City Business Journals, internet sites including Reddit.com and Style.com, cable television systems through Bright House Networks, and a significant interest in Discovery Communications.
Mr. Siegel previously led Yahoo! Inc.’s 14-person corporate development team, with responsibility for M&A, large partnerships and investments. During the period Mr. Siegel was with Yahoo!, the company divested Hot Jobs and Zimbra, and acquired Koprol, Citizen Sports, Maktoob, Associated Content and Dapper.
Prior to joining Yahoo!, Siegel was an executive of the General Electric Company, serving as General Manager of Global Business Development at its headquarters in Fairfield, CT and later as Senior Managing Director for Sponsor Business Development at GE Capital in Norwalk, CT and New York City. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at InVision Technologies in Newark, CA, a maker of advanced homeland security technology that GE acquired in December 2004. Siegel was previously a member of Merrill Lynch’s technology investment banking group in Palo Alto, CA and began his career as an M&A lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in New York.
Siegel graduated from the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University and has a J.D. from New York University School of Law. He was named to the 2011 Silicon Alley 100, and was honored with a 2011 TechFellow Award for General Management.
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