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Enterasys copes with death of CEO

CEO Mike Fabiaschi, who died in his sleep last month at the age of 53, was a sales guy's sales guy who recently helped craft a $5 billion joint venture with Siemens.

By October 6, 2008


The crazy boss Hall of Fame

CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos salutes a litany of zany personal behavior in Silicon Valley and beyond.

By April 11, 2007


Riverstone names new CEO

The network equipment maker names its new chief, appointing former Nortel executive Oscar Rodriguez to the post.

By August 20, 2003


30 years of Ethernet gains

As a key technology behind the Internet hits a milestone birthday, its inventor, Bob Metcalfe, says the protocol faces a new generation of "Godzillas" to conquer.

By May 21, 2003


Avoiding the security trap

Jon Oltsik says the acquisition of the latest security technology is a good start but not a substitute for a comprehensive strategy. It's a message that's in danger of getting lost in a stampede to build impenetrable cyberdefenses.

By March 25, 2003


Cabletron spinoffs having tough time

News from Riverstone Networks of a profit warning and impending layoffs surprises Wall Street, and comes just a day after Enterasys fired three employees for accounting irregularities.

February 28, 2002


Enterasys spins off from Cabletron

The company's shares remain fairly static on its first day of trading after spinning off from parent company Cabletron Systems.

August 6, 2001


Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) Compatibility Reports

Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) Compatibility Reports

By August 12, 2002