Demands for new Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich to step down continue as OKCupid aggressively tells its Firefox users to choose a different browser.
Top investors worry that Gates' presence on the board prevents adoption of new corporate strategies, sources tell Reuters.
The troubled game maker loses its chief marketing officer and CTO of infrastructure, the latest in a growing executive exodus.
Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson will step down amid a controversy over his inflated resume, All Things D reports. What's more, the company may also capitulate to activist investors by seating a dissident board slate.
Craig McCaw is not leaving his post because of any disagreements with the company or over any matters pertaining to its operations or practices, according to an SEC filing.
Barry McCarthy will be replaced by David Wells, a former vice president of financial planning. The move comes as many in Hollywood debate whether Netflix is a threat to more lucrative business models.
In April 2006, Jonathan Schwartz was handed the reins to return the company to its glory days. Now that Sun is set to be swallowed up by Oracle, Schwartz is leaving, sources tell All Things Digital.
Company's CEO and COO were not involved in the spike in fraud but resigned to take responsibility for the "systemic breakdown" in the company's "culture of integrity."
Leaked cable suggests Wadah Khanfar had, under pressure from the U.S., modified the network's coverage of the Iraq war. But for now, the link between WikiLeaks and the resignation remains speculative.