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Out go the finance, marketing, and operations chiefs as BlackBerry works to reinvigorate its ailing operation.
Deep rifts in the struggling handset maker's executive ranks hobbled its ability to compete in the mobile market and led to its eventual downfall, sources tell The Globe and Mail.
The Internet radio company hires former advertising executive and Madrona Venture Group partner Brian McAndrews to take over for longtime CEO John Kennedy.
As it focuses on expanding overseas, Uber makes three hires who have backgrounds in Silicon Valley's hottest companies.
Apple hires former Levis executive Enrique Atienza to help it run its retail operations in the US, according to a new report.
In an expected move from the iOS gatekeepers, iPhone users won't get a chance to play the game which puts a satirical twist on North Korean propaganda due to its "excessively objectionable content."
The executive was at the center of a shakeup that began with his announced retirement and ultimately led to a promotion. Apple says Mansfield will remain at Apple working on special projects reporting to Tim Cook.
Verizon has been named as one of the carrier's expected to offer the flagship smartphone in September.
Microsoft's head of Interactive Entertainment Business, the unit responsible for Xbox, may be Zynga's next CEO, according to AllThingsD.
The company's top executives were paid a total of $22 million in 2012, less than half of what they made in the previous year.