During the Computerworld Honors event early this month, Jason Palmer had some straightforward advice for executives looking to derive more value from technology: Be a contrarian.
Andy Forssell will take over the position of CEO at online video company Hulu later this month, following the long-expected departure of the company’s current chief executive Jason Kilar which will occur later this month.
The succession plan was announced today in an internal memo from Kilar to Hulu staffers that was subsequently made public on Hulu’s official blog.
Forssell has worked
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: PeopleBusiness executives looking for a new job are still confronted by one of the toughest job markets ever in Australia, according to a new index just published by a leading executive search firm, which also found that the IT sector is not faring well now for executives with a fall off in November compared to October.
Executives for ARM Holdings are attempting to quell rumors that the company could be sold to Apple. & Nobody has to buy the company,& CEO Warren East was quoted as saying by London's Guardian newspaper, adding & that our standard business model is an excellent way ... to gain access to our technology.& ...
In the last month, Zynga has quietly parted ways with three of its executive staff, early changes under the period of transition that the company’s new CEO, Don Mattrick, is currently leading.
Bloomberg first reported the departure of Nathan Etter, John Osvald and Jesse Janosov.
Some might say that these new “curve” devices are more novelty-based than actually useful, but the technology is certainly appealing and will definitely have something to show us in the next few years.
But for now, we’re stuck with the LG G Flex and the Samsung Galaxy Round— LG is now sending out invites for their international launch event for the G Flex.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: PeopleThere’s a jobs recession amongst Australia’s business executives and, according to a report published today, it’s getting worse with no end in sight for those white-collar senior execs as some industries continue to boom, while others are apparently still feeling the effects of the Global Financial Crisis.
Technology integrator Carousel Industries has expanded its U.S. sales reach south and west and hired four new executives to push the company’s unified communications and collaboration platform solutions and services to midmarket and enterprise customers.
I have a theory. When it comes to new technology, there are a bunch of early adopters who start using it and everyone else sees the very worst in the technology, ultimately belittling, dismissing and making fun of those who use it. But in spite of this initial negative reaction the technology finds its way into the mainstream, after a time, and the early fears and misinformation fades away.