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Management shake-ups hit Emachines, Sega, Corel

Reasons for executives defections range from sagging profits to imminent layofffs.


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Sagging profits, the promise of greener pastures and looming layoffs spur executive departures at some leading companies.

"The problem is that you do lose the good people."

- Bluestone Capital Partners analyst Jean W. Orr


Emachines financial chief resigns
The low-cost computer maker says financial chief Steven Miller will resign, while the company's stock sinks close to a 52-week low.

Sega president steps down amid mounting losses
The company executive steps down after the home video game maker reports its third annual loss in a row, despite a 27 percent jump in sales.

Corel workers jump ship ahead of layoffs, cost-cutting
Employee morale is slumping, and several senior executives are leaving as struggling Canadian software developer Corel readies its cost-cutting plan.