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After pulling the strings from Dish Network’s boardroom for the last four years, Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen is once again assuming the…
The Brightstar founder and CEO will take over Sprint on August 11. The leadership shakeup spells the end of the tumultuous Hesse era at Sprint, but it could be an equally hectic era for Claure.
Intel on Thursday named a new CEO and a new president. While both are internal candidates, the new president has experience that should help her face the challenges Intel has in the mobile and data center market.
Boland founded a wireless chipmaker in 2002 and sold it to Nvidia in 2011 for $367 million. Now he’s taking his expertise to white spaces startup Neul.
Ever since Facebook stumbled with its IPO, there has been a constant drumbeat of criticism saying Mark Zuckerberg should step down as CEO — but Silicon Valley is devoted to the idea of strong founders retaining control of their companies. Will that be Facebook’s undoing?
Forget Mad Men-era images of CEOs spending hours around conference tables. A research project reveals that while executives still spend a ton of time in meetings, modern CEOs increasingly use virtual tools to connect. What might this mean for corporate culture further down the ladder?
EMC’s promised Project Lightning server-based flash storage product is now available under the VFCache brand. But EMC’s not done — it plans a bigger, more powerful flash appliance dubbed Project Thunder, due later this year. Both products take direct aim at the Fusion-IO threat.
Infochimps, the two-year-old company that runs a “data marketplace” where owners of datasets can charge for their usage, is swapping CEOs. Co-founder Nick Ducoff has stepped down from the CEO role, and the company is looking for a “seasoned executive” to take his place.
Earlier, I wrote about Steve Jobs’ time as CEO by the numbers, but now here’s a visual look at his time in that role. This infographic presents a history of memorable moments and products in Jobs’ career, as well as a selection of some unforgettable quotes.
It’s impossible to quantify the effect Steve Jobs has had during his time as CEO of Apple, on computing, the market or our lives, but nonetheless, it’s fun to try. Here are some impressive numbers racked up by Jobs during his tenure.
The iPad’s assault on the enterprise definitely appears to be a top-down phenomenon, according to a new report, with most users of one popular business app holding management positions. The report also suggests the iPad may be a means to extend the work week
Earlier, I suggested that while Steve Jobs’ medical leave may be unfortunate, it isn’t likely to derail Apple because the company has a strong executive roster. Here’s an in-depth look at that roster, with an eye to who might fill the CEO role in the future.
Now that Apple CEO Steve Jobs is taking a second leave of absence for health-related reasons, it’s impossible not to wonder: Can Apple continue to be successful without its visionary leader? For the answer, look no further than the people who will lead in his stead.
Fortune magazine just published an article in which it names Steve Jobs, Apple (s aapl) CEO and co-founder, CEO of the decade.…
Editor’s Note: Chris Lyman is the founder and CEO of the enterprise VoIP service provider, Fonality, in Los Angeles. He’s also one…
I love this post, by founder-blogger Scott Converse about his experience trying to find the right CEO to run his company, ClickCaster.…