Keep up to date with technology leadership moves by category.

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 02:47

September 9th, 2018

Welcome to the 56th Edition of the Open Tech Roles newsletter. We have been tracking open technology roles and latest appointments, but have not published it as we have been looking at the breadth of technology executive roles. We plan to publish this newsletter again soon, with the appointments from May 16th to mid-September, which number in the hundreds. This newsletter only covers open technology roles as of September 7th, 2018.

Some of the patterns we have seen in our projects are reflected here as well:

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 01:55

September 3, 2018

Welcome to our Technology CEO Transitions Newsletter.

We research and catalog all open technology CEO roles we can find (as of 8/31) and also the latest appointments for the month of July and August. We use CapitalIQ industry classifications and US census geographic regions. 

Summary Trends

There are 59 Open Tech CEO Roles and 124 Appointments.

Monday, 16 July 2018 02:46

eSignature Co. DocuSign Board Shuffles after IPO: the Founder, & Chairman and xCEO and Three VCs Step Down. Four Others Named

Just after three months after its IPO, five of twelve of DocuSign’s board members are stepping down. The board appointed three others to the board, in addition to one that was appointed in March of this year. 

Sunday, 15 July 2018 13:10

July 10th, 2018

Welcome to our Technology CEO Transitions Newsletter.

We research and catalog all open technology CEO roles we can find (as of the end of June 2018) and also the latest appointments for the month of June 2018. We use CapitalIQ industry classifications and US census geographic regions.

Summary Trends

There are 55 Open Tech CEO Roles and 89 Appointments. Here is their geographic distribution:

Tuesday, 26 June 2018 09:22

Intel announced that CEO Brian Krzanich, 58, has resigned.  Robert Swan, 57, Intel’s CFO has been named as the interim CEO. Intel was recently informed that Krzanich had a past consensual relationship with an Intel employee. A subsequent investigation resulted in the resignation.  Outside of the affair,  Kraznich’s reputation suffered as a result of two 2017 events:  (1) the  scary security flaws in two chips, named  Meltdown and Spectre,  and (2)  Krzanich’s stock sale of $24m, ahead of the security flaws being made public.

Ultimately, Intel’s first quarter results in 2018 were very strong, seemingly unaffected by the chips’ security flaws.