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Cisco Systems Appoints Allergan Chair/CEO to its Board of DirectorsBrenton L. Saunders

Cisco Systems appointed Brenton L. Saunders, 47, Chairman, CEO and President of Allergan, to its Board of Directors. He was a co-founder of Health Care Compliance Association in 1995. He has significant healthcare industry expertise and led various business transformations and integrations.

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Microsoft Promotes Regional Leader to New Global Digital Transformation Role; Appoints New MEA Region PresidentAli Faramawy

Microsoft has appointed Ali Faramawy to the newly announced global role as the head of the Emerging Markets Digital Transformation Organization which has been established within Microsoft. He has headed the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region for thirteen years, most recently as President. 

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Salesforce Names Keith Block as COOKeith Block

Salesforce named Vice Chairman and President Keith Block, 54, its COO. Keith Block will continue to serve as vice chairman and president and serve as a member of Salesforce's board. Prior to joining Salesforce, Block served as Oracle's EVP of North America Sales and Consulting, leading a multi-billion dollar sales and services business-unit that achieved record revenue and margin during his tenure.   

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BT Group Appoints CEO of BT Technology, Service and Operations and Group CIO        

BT Group has appointed Howard Watson as the CEO of BT Technology, Service and Operations and Group CIO. Watson is currently BT Chief Architect and MD Global IT Platforms, and will replace Clive Selley, who is taking over as CEO of Openreach. BT TSO manages the company's internal and external platforms, including TV, Mobile and Conferencing, as well as BT's R&D unit at Adastral Park, Suffolk.    

Oracle Appoints Former Intel President Renée J. James as Newest Board MemberRenée J. James

Renée J. James, 51, joined the board of directors of Oracle. James was previously the President of Intel. James has a 25 plus year career at Intel. Prior to becoming President, she served as EVP and General Manager of Software & Services Group. James joined Intel in 1987 as the Product Manager and progressed through variety of roles with increasing responsibilities. 

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Microsoft Appoints New Chief Legal Officer and Regional Communications and CSR LeaderBradford L. Smith

Bradford L. Smith, 56, was appointed to the position of President and Chief Legal Officer of Microsoft. Smith previously served as General Counsel & EVP, Legal and Corporate Affairs. He joined Microsoft in 1993, and has served as General Counsel since 2002.

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Informatica Names CIO to Boost up Cloud StrategyGinna Raahauge

Ginna Raahauge joined Informatica, the enterprise data integration and management software company powering analytics for big data and cloud, as SVP and CIO. She is charged with boosting the security of the company’s data and cloud computing platforms and strengthening its cloud strategy. She was most recently CIO of Riverbed Technology. Prior to that, she led the customer value chain management IT organization at Cisco.

Microsoft Announces Senior Leadership Changes; Several High Ranking Execs to Leave

Microsoft made changes to its Senior Leadership Team to drive engineering alignment against the company's core ambitions: reinvent productivity and business processes, build the intelligent cloud platform, and create more personal computing.

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Microsoft’s Former CEO Ballmer Leaves Board; Company Appoints New Director and EVP of BDSteven A. Ballmer

Former CEO of Microsoft, Steven A. Ballmer, 58, resigned from the Microsoft Board. He led the company as CEO from 2000 to February 2014. He joined Microsoft in 1980 and was the company’s first business manager. Before becoming CEO in 2000, his roles at Microsoft included SVP of sales and support, SVP of systems software and VP of marketing.

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Apple Appoints BlackRock’s Founding Partner to Replace Long-time Board Member Bill Campbell Susan L. Wagner

Apple appoints Susan L. Wagner, 53, founding partner and director of BlackRock, to board. Bill Campbell, 73, the board’s longest-serving member, is retiring after 17 years of service. Wagner co-founded BlackRock in 1988 and helped it become one of the world’s most successful asset-management companies, holding a range of leadership positions including vice chairman until mid-2012. She continues to serve on the boards of BlackRock and DSP BlackRock (India), as well as Swiss Re, Wellesley College and Hackley School. 

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