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RealNetworks names Rob Glaser its permanent CEO

The company's founder finds himself back at the helm with plans to keep pushing forward with services like RealPlayer Cloud and Rhapsody.

By July 30, 2014

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He's back--Rob Glaser returns as RealNetworks' (interim) CEO

Founder returns as the company loses its second chief executive in as many years.

By July 3, 2012

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Kimball steps down as RealNetworks CEO

Robert Kimball, who took over for Rob Glaser, departs after a year of working on a "transformation" of the media software company.

By March 28, 2011

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RealNetworks: A tale of opportunities missed

There's no question Rob Glaser was an Internet pioneer, but he was unable to stay ahead of the pack. CNET takes a look at what happened.

By March 15, 2010

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RealNetworks, Viacom to spin off Rhapsody

Real and Viacom say the subscription music service will be more nimble as a standalone company. The move means that Real is satisfied to give up control.

By February 9, 2010

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With RealNetworks' influence waning, CEO departs

Rob Glaser drove his company to the forefront of digital music and video but in recent years, it has been eclipsed in both areas.

By January 13, 2010

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If Real wanted to sell Rhapsody, who'd buy?

Billboard analyst Glenn Peoples predicts that RealNetworks will get out of the music subscription business by selling its 49 percent stake in Rhapsody. Any takers?

By January 15, 2010

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Real, Microsoft reach truce

Long-running antitrust suit against software giant ends in $460 million deal, with millions more to come in partnership efforts. Photo: Gates, Glazer shake hands

By October 11, 2005

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Antitrust truce frees rivals for bite at Apple

Steve Jobs rebuffed RealNetworks 18 months ago. Today's deal with Microsoft now bolsters an anti-iPod alliance.

By October 11, 2005

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Real hits Microsoft with $1 billion antitrust suit

The streaming media provider sues Microsoft, accusing the software giant of illegally using its Windows monopoly to limit consumer choice in digital media.

By December 18, 2003