Wagner will be replaced by Expedia veteran Aman Bhutani.
Scott Wagner is stepping down as CEO of GoDaddy for unspecified health reasons, the company announced today.
Wagner has been involved with GoDaddy since KKR invested in the company in 2011. He served as interim CEO for a bit in 2012-2013 until Blake Irving was hired, and then held President/COO and CEO roles since then.
He will be succeeded by Aman Bhutani, who has spent the last nine years at Expedia Group. His most recent role there was President of Brand Expedia group.
Bhutani currently lives in Seattle, where Expedia is located. GoDaddy has an office in the Seattle area that was started under Blake Irving’s tenure.