David Wolfe has spent more than 20 years building software enabled products and businesses for both early to mid-stage startups moving into growth mode and mature companies in need of product line transformation and innovation.
Before joining CARD.com, Wolfe led the product team at BuyWithMe as Chief Product Officer in April 2010, after serving as Chief Product Officer and Chief Operating Officer of InteractiveOne.
From 2007 to 2009, Wolfe was the Chief Technology Officer at Napster, and played a material role in its sale to Best Buy for $121 million in October, 2008.
Between 2003 and 2007, Wolfe was President, Product and Technology of MyLife.com (Reunion.com). During this time he helped drive the company from $4 million to over $50 million in revenues. Wolfe has also held senior roles at IAC (Entertainment Publications), PortBlue Corporation and The Brain Technologies.
Head of Product Development and Online Marketing
Chief Product & Operating Officer, Interactive One division
BS, Mathematics/Philosophy/Symbolic Systems1988
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