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The CEO of a half-billion dollar site resigned over an apparently strange and weird matter which could otherwise be solved by mutual discussion, but were there any other deeper reasons besides it?
Terry Gou, CEO of Foxconn, has blamed outside factors such as bad breakups, financial and/or family problems as the reason for the run of 24, attempted or otherwise successful, suicides.
John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile US, has apologised for his comments at the company's latest Uncarrier launch event, at which he said that rivals AT&T and Verizon were "raping" their customers.
Razer's CEO has apologized for the company's ongoing failures to meet demand for its products, in a frank admission that they've "been doing a terrible job" - but hopes to do better in the future.
CEO John Chen says BlackBerry can't compete effectively against its rivals for developers - and even admits that he may not be the best person for the job - but insists that BlackBerry isn't dead yet.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be a part of the company's latest quarterly financial conference call with analysts Thursday, joining its chief financial officer Amy Hood in a change from tradition.
Mozilla has finally responded to the speculation from various media outlets over the resignation of the company's new CEO, Brendan Eich, following the brief outcry on social media for choosing him.
Mozilla has announced that its newly appointed CEO Brendan Eich has now stepped down from that position, a week after it was reported he donated money to an anti-gay-marriage campaign.
Dating site OkCupid has asked its users to boycott Firefox, calling Mozilla's chief executive "an opponent of equal rights for gay couples", as opposition to the CEO's appointment continues to grow.
Half of Mozilla's board resigned specifying concerns over whether or not Brendan Eich, the new Mozilla CEO, is able to push Firefox and Firefox OS into the mobile world.
Staff at the Mozilla Foundation have called upon their new CEO, Brendan Eich, to resign - just days after his appointment - amid controversy surrounding his donations to anti-gay marriage campaigners.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said in a presentation at Oxford University today the company would have a "stronger position in the phone market today" if he could get a "redo" of his time.
BlackBerry's CEO has suggested that the BB10 OS is less than intuitive, saying, "It took me a while to get used to it", adding some consumers "get to our new phone and it's not intuitively obvious".
Newly hired Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has given his first interview, outside of the company, to the New York Times, saying that his quest is for Microsoft "to be a 100-year old company."
Microsoft announced it will pay its new CEO Satya Nadella between $14.4-18 million annually, based on his new salary and stock bonuses, which is more than what Steve Ballmer was paid.
Satya Nadella just started his job as Microsoft's new chief executive yesterday, but plenty of websites are already telling him what he "needs" and "must" do in his new position.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's new CEO, sent his first tweet in his new role and became a verified user on the social network about four years after his last tweet.
New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will conduct a live webcast today at 3 pm Eastern time (Noon Pacific time) where he is supposed to address "customers and partners' of the company.
Microsoft has published the letter sent to all of its employees by its now former CEO Steve Ballmer, who has now officially left as leader of the company after 14 years.
Microsoft has released the first email sent to all of its employees from its new CEO Satya Nadella, who was named to the position today after months of speculation.
Microsoft has just announced it hired a new CEO, Satya Nadella. He is a 20-year veteran at Microsoft, and is seen as a safe bet as the company moves forward in its transition to devices and services.
Satya Nadella, who's believed to be Microsoft's choice for its next CEO, has reportedly been meeting with Bill Gates to work out a time schedule for the Microsoft co-founder's increased involvement.
A new story claims, via unnamed sources, Microsoft's board of directors is in discussions to replace co-founder Bill Gates as chairman and repeated rumors that Satya Nadella will be its new CEO.
A new report claims that Microsoft could finally name its new CEO next week and that Satya Nadella, the current head of the company's cloud services, is the most likely to get the gig.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates spoke briefly on television about the company's search for a new CEO, but added that he won't be returning to the company on a full time basis.
A new report claims Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will likely step down from his position on the company's board when a new chief executive is announced, possibly as early as the end of the month.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft's CEO selection committee has added Ericsson's president and chief operating officer Hans Vestberg to its list as a candidate for Steve Ballmer's job.
A new report claims that Ford CEO Alan Mulally actually thought about taking the Microsoft CEO gig before Steve Ballmer announced he would retire from the company in August.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally has finally said he would like to "end the Microsoft speculation", confirming that he won't be leaving Ford until the end of 2014, removing himself from Microsoft's CEO spot.
Microsoft has stated that they will not be naming a new CEO in 2013, defying speculation that the board wanted to make the announcement before the end of the year.
A new report quotes unnamed Microsoft employees as saying they want the company to name a new CEO to replace the retiring Steve Ballmer soon, hopefully before the end of 2013.
Qualcomm has named current COO Steve Mollenkopf its CEO as of March 4, effectively taking him out of the running for the same position at Microsoft.
A new report claims, via unnamed sources, that current Qualcomm COO and president Steve Mollenkopf is now in the running as one of the many candidates for Microsoft's CEO spot.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed some of his top management tips in a new portion of an interview that was conducted in late November but which is being posted this week.
A new report, via unnamed sources at Microsoft, claims that Ford CEO Alan Mulally may no longer be the front runner to take over the Microsoft CEO gig, due to a number of factors.
Steve Ballmer has given another interview in what might be his last as the company's CEO, and it provides new insight into the tough decisions he has made.
Satya Nadella, the current leader of Microsoft's cloud services business, said in a new interview he plans to stay at the company no matter who is picked to be Microsoft's new CEO.
Ford director Edsel Ford II says the company's CEO, Alan Mulally, has told its board that “his plan is to stay with Ford through the end of 2014", crushing rumors that he will become Microsoft's CEO.
According to a new report Microsoft's board is closer to naming a new CEO. Alan Mulally, Ford's current leader is still in a front-runner position while Stephen Elop is no longer considered a favorite
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates made a quick address at the company's shareholder meeting today where he gave a general update on the company's search for a replacement for retiring CEO Steve Ballmer.
A new interview by The Wall Street Journal with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has explained how Ford CEO Alan Mulally gave the Microsoft leader guidance on the company's positioning.
A report from WPdang, which has a 50/50 record of getting quality information, claims that Kevin Turner will be the next CEO at Microsoft, but will be replaced by Stephen Elop in 2 to 3 years.
A report claims that, if Stephen Elop were to be selected as Microsoft's next chief executive, he may dump Xbox and Bing to help focus the company on its core strengths and competencies.
A new report from Bloomberg has named current Microsoft chief operating officer Kevin Turner as one of three internal candidates in the running to become the company's next CEO.
Microsoft has reportedly narrowed its CEO search to include about five candidates, including current Ford CEO Alan Mulally and former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, who will rejoin Microsoft next year.
Acer has announced its CEO J.T. Wang will resign from the company, with its president Jim Wong taking over the job at the beginning of 2014. The company will also lay off seven percent of its workers.
In a new interview, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates says he will spend a "considerable time" working with whomever is selected to be the company's next CEO, and repeated he will not return as CEO.
According to a report, Microsoft's board is looking to hire a new CEO for the company by the end of this year. Some candidates, including Stephen Elop, have already been interviewed.