Hulu’s longtime chief exec Jason Kilar announced his resignation from the company he help build into a web TV powerhouse over five years ago.
RealNetworks‘ Thomas Nielsen stepped down today as chief executive and president. Rob Glaser, the company’s chairman, has been appointed by the board as the interim CEO.
Although Scott Thompson joins the jobless after recently resigning from his CEO position at Yahoo, don’t look for him on any unemployment lines. Yahoo stated in a filing today Thompson would be receiving nearly $7 million in make-good cash from Yahoo.
An SEC filing from March 14 reveals that Jim Barton, co-founder, chief technical officer, and senior vice president of TV recording service TiVo has resigned.
Everyone’s talking about Steve Jobs resigning as CEO at Apple (just like they did in 1985, image at left) but a few publications are doing it in unique ways. Here are my top 10 favorite resignation stories.
Reactions to the resignation of Steve Jobs are coming in and they aren’t surprising, given Jobs’ influence on technology over the course of decades. Jobs has left a huge legacy on the world’s business landscape, and his resignation is stirring a lot of emotions among business executives who look up to him.
Mere days after Nokia named Microsoft’s Stephen Elop as its new CEO, comes another major management change for the Finnish cellphone manufacturer. The company announced today that executive vice president and head of Mobile Solutions Anssi Vanjoki has resigned with six months notice.
Popular electronics company Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced that CEO Mark Hurd has resigned immediately, in agreement with the board of directors. The resignation comes after a board investigation against Hurd for alleged sexual harassment claims by a former contractor.