James Park is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for creating great products and companies. Fitbit is the third startup that he has founded.
Previously, James was a Director of Product Development at CNET Networks, where he led product management, engineering, and design for Webshots.
Before CNET, James was a co-founder of Windup Labs, which was acquired by CNET in 2005, and prior to Windup Labs, he was the co-founder and CTO of Epesi Technologies.
James also worked at Morgan Stanley, where he helped develop trading strategies and software for a quantitative trading fund.
James never quite finished his computer science degree at Harvard College.
|Aug 24, 2016||SiliconBeat - Biz Break: Fitbit’s in shape, Intuit ‘innovates’|
|Aug 23, 2016||CNet - Fitbit didn't steal Jawbone trade secrets, ITC judge rules|
|Aug 23, 2016||Venture Beat - U.S. judge clears Fitbit of stealing Jawbone’s trade secrets|
|Aug 3, 2016||Channel News Asia - Tech - Wearable device maker Fitbit's revenue beats, shares sprint|
|Aug 2, 2016||The Verge - Fitbit has confirmed that at least two more products will ship this year|
|Aug 2, 2016||Business Wire - Fitbit Reports $587M Q216 Revenue, $0.03 GAAP EPS/$0.12 Non-GAAP EPS, and Confirms Revenue and Profit Guidance for FY16|
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