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Shuttleworth To Step Down As Canonical CEO In 2010

December 17th, 2009 12:16 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

LinuxScribe writes “In a blog announcement today, Canonical Founder and CEO Mark Shuttleworth revealed he will be stepping down from his CEO role to be replaced by current COO Jane Silber. Both execs do not see major strategic changes on the horizon. Silber’s official blog and Linux.com each have more details on how the change will be implemented.”

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