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Yahoo! CEO Thompson steps down

Yahoo! CEO Thompson steps down

Fake degree saga winds down.
May 14 2012 7:04AM
Yahoo names PayPal's Thompson as CEO

Yahoo names PayPal's Thompson as CEO

Hopes for turnaround in fortunes.
Jan 5 2012 9:15AM
DPS forced to defend network reliability

DPS forced to defend network reliability

Forced "password upgrade" behind latest Parliamentary computer glitch.
Feb 22 2011 6:23AM
Parliamentary Services tests iPads for Canberra

Parliamentary Services tests iPads for Canberra

Several month trial with officers.
Feb 21 2011 9:48AM
What we can learn about privacy from Facebook

What we can learn about privacy from Facebook

Former FTC commissioner defends Facebook's record on privacy.
Oct 30 2009 6:30AM
Symantec chief executive tipped for Commerce Secretary

Symantec chief executive tipped for Commerce Secretary

The outgoing head of security giant Symantec is being touted as the lead candidate for the role of Commerce Secretary in the new Obama administration.
Jan 29 2009 10:34AM
Symantec CEO to retire

Symantec CEO to retire

Symantec’s chairman and CEO John W. Thompson will retire as CEO at the end of the fiscal year.
Nov 19 2008 9:31AM
Jack Thompson tattles to GTA maker's mum

Jack Thompson tattles to GTA maker's mum

US attorney Jack Thompson, who has campaigned against video game violence, has sent an open letter to the mother of Strauss Zelnick, chairman of video game publisher Take-Two..
Apr 28 2008 7:22AM
RSA Conference 2007: Consumer confidence is key, Symantec CEO says

RSA Conference 2007: Consumer confidence is key, Symantec CEO says

As the internet evolves into an unprecendented user-centric experience, the need for consumer confidence is more critical than ever, Symantec CEO John Thompson said today.
Feb 6 2007 7:25PM
Collaboration is key to infosecurity future says Symantec’s Thompson

Collaboration is key to infosecurity future says Symantec’s Thompson

Symantec CEO John Thompson used his keynote speech at the San Francisco RSA conference to demand radical reform in the security market, and dismissed Microsoft's efforts as insufficient.
Mar 17 2005 2:00PM

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