Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday said that Priya Dogra will serve as the company's new senior vice president of mergers and acquisitions. Dogra, who joined Time Warner in 2009 as a M&A director, will oversee the company's global mergers and acquisitions with long-term corporate strategies in mind. Before joining Time Warner, Dogra was a vice president at investment bank Citigroup, working in the technology, media and telecom arena. Time Warner stock recently took a hit, falling to a nine-month low following the company's second-quarter earnings report Aug. 5. Time Warner shares are down 8% in the year to date, while the S&P is up 1%.
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