Dollar Shave Club CEO Michael Dubin is stepping down a decade after founding the upstart razor brand

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Michael Dubin, who founded Dollar Shave Club in 2011, is leaving the direct-to-consumer brand as its top executive. Jason Goldberger, the CEO of kitchen retailer Sur La Table, is set to take the reigns at the Unilever-owned brand starting Jan. 19, the company told Business Insider.  Dollar Shave Club has been touted as one of the biggest direct-to-consumer success stories in personal care, challenging established players like Procter & Gamble's Gillette alongside Harry's and similar brands. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Dollar Shave Club CEO Michael Dubin will step down later this month after roughly a decade after he founded it, the company confirmed to Business Insider. Dubin is set to leave the direct-to-consumer razor and personal care brand on January 19. His replacement will be Jason Goldberger, who currently serves as the CEO of Sur La Table. Read more: Razor maker Harry's CEO explains why it's on the acquisition hunt and getting into cat food after its hopes of being acquired by Schick's parent company fell through Goldberger has led Sur La Table through a bankruptcy spurred by the pandemic in recent months. The kitchen retailer reached a deal to emerge from bankruptcy in August, though with a smaller store footprint thanks to a more...