The audioconferencing company lost its CEO a few days ago after discovering “irregularities” on his expense reports. It has now appointed a new chief executive.
Pay for the richest 200 CEOs continues to rise, and it’s not usually tied very closely to their companies’ performance.
Groupon co-chief executives Ted Leonsis and Eric Lefkofsky aren’t racing to find the next CEO as the current executive team is ”gelling.”
A rare interview with Larry Page offers some insight into his thinking and management style.
As if Research in Motion needed more controversy surrounding its appointment of new CEO Thorston Heins, now a RIM director is arguing that it simply couldn’t have chosen a new CEO from outside the company because the only available choices (at that time) were idiots.
Editor's Pick The first time I met Box.net chief executive Aaron Levie, he showed me a magic trick with a deck of cards.
Editor's Pick As the firing of Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz suggests, patience is wearing thin among board directors at big technology companies. Bartz’s ouster follows the firing of other CEOs for offenses that would be classified as misdemeanors at any other type of company.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Brad Feld is an early stage investor and co-founder of Foundry Group. This story originally appeared on his blog.)
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Michael Schutzler is CEO of Livemocha. He submitted this story to VentureBeat.)