Jim Mullen (businessman)
James Joseph Mullen
June 1970 (age 48)
|Education||John Ogilvie High School|
|Alma mater||Glasgow Caledonian University|
James Joseph Mullen (born June 1970) is a British businessman, the chief executive (CEO) of Ladbrokes, the high street betting chain.
Mullen was educated at John Ogilvie High School in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. He has a bachelor's degree in computing from Glasgow Caledonian University, and a master's degree in software engineering.
On 1 April 2015, Mullen succeeded Richard Glynn as CEO of Ladbrokes.
Mullen is married with two sons.
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