Apple has announced that Peter Oppenheimer will be retiring in September and that he will be replaced by Luca Maestri, who has 25 years of global financial management experience.
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The list of people who could succeed Steve Ballmer as CEO of Microsoft is vast, with choices that could come from within and also from outside the company. We take a look at just a few of the choices.
Steve Ballmer sent an email to all Microsoft employees to announce his retirement and we have posted a copy of the email after the jump for your reading pleasure.
The current Sony Chairman is set to retire this June at the annual shareholder's meeting after working at Sony for over 16 years. Stringer will use the transition to "pursue new opportunities".
Nintendo console has officially gone geriatric Nintendo is off to an incredible start with the Wii. With continued demand and leading sales even after the holiday season, Nintendo couldn't be happier with the system's...
I know it's been a while, but just wanted to toss up this reminder.... End of support for Windows XP Service Pack 1 On October 10, 2006,...
The ageing Data Encryption Standard (DES) is no longer secure enough for use by government and should be replaced by Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) instead, according to a key US government standards agency. ...
Microsoft Corp. will gradually phase out its Windows 2000 Server family, the company said Wednesday. Effective April 1, 2006, the products will no longer be available. The retirement announcement comes eight months after the introduction...
Hewlett-Packard in January will deliver the next version of its Alpha processor, an important architectural upgrade that will carry it through to the chip family's planned retirement in about 18 months, an HP executive said...
IT managers are reconsidering software strategies after Microsoft announced the dates when it will end support for versions of Windows, including NT and 2000. Support for Windows 2000 Professional, still being evaluated...