“CEO” is a term for someone who is paid more money than you because they are able to project a large degree of confidence about their wrong ideas. Don’t take my word for it—it’s science!
In a then surprising move, Eric Schmidt stepped away from his position as Google CEO in January to make room for co-founder Larry Page. Schmidt has moved into an Executive Chairman role, and Page takes the reigns today. So what does it mean for you?
Blood won't stop gushing out of the Nokia wound. Ari Jaaksi, who was the Vice President of MeeGo devices, has reportedly left Nokia. It's not known whether he jumped or was pushed, but his departure follows Chairman Jorma Ollila, Executive Vice President Anssi Vanjoki and CEO and President Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, who've…
My goodness, Steve Jobs' new house looks like it'll be a doozy. And it'll have to be, if he wants to keep up with the ivory castles his tech mogul cohorts have built for themselves.
What's been put in the Finns' herring recently? Something must have triggered a seismic change, with their third exec in as many days announcing his resignation. Chairman Jorma Ollila today confirmed he will resign come 2012.
Just days after Nokia announced a new CEO and President in the form of Steve Elop, and key figurehead Anssi Vanjoki has declared his resignation. Vanjoki, who is the Executive Vice President, will be working out his notice for the next six months, and no doubt supporting Elop's transition from Microsoft to Nokia come…
HP CEO Mark Hurd resigned over a sexual harassment allegation leveled by a former HP contractor. The company says an investigation by outside counsel found no sexual harassment violation, though there were violations of HP's Standards of Business Conduct. Updated
Why would Amazon have to spend $1.7m on security for Jeff Bezos? Crazed Nook fans? Whatever the reason, it appears Amazon stepped up $500,000 extra on security between 2008 and 2009 for their bald CEO.
With new Steve Jobs emails surfacing everyday, someone thought to send Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein a personal note. His chipper response is not necessarily what you'd expect from somebody who's been watching his company fall apart before his eyes.
In a quarterly conference call today, Intel CEO Paul Otellini dropped the aforementioned diss of the low-cost, low-power 45nm Atom chipset that can be found in a few current and many future netbooks, redirecting attention to the just-updated Centrino 2 and somehow-still-alive Celeron platforms as more viable for most…