Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Apr 2006 04:32 UTC, submitted by jchildrose
Oracle and SUN Sun Microsystems announced Monday that its longtime chief executive Scott McNealy is stepping down from the helm and will be succeeded by the struggling computer and software company's No. 2 executive, Jonathan Schwartz. McNealy, 51, a Silicon Valley luminary for years, will continue as chairman of the company he co-founded in 1982. Schwartz, 40, will keep the title of president.
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Wow
by MacGod on Tue 25th Apr 2006 04:44 UTC
MacGod
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2006-03-24

Can't say I blame the changing of the guard - SUN needs a shot in the arm to stay competitive and on the ball - they make rockin' systems, but they need a bit more innovation and a marketing push to keep them moving forward.

Cheers Scott!
Bill

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