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Network Associates rejiggers top execs

The company names Gene Hodges, president of its McAfee division, as president, and makes other changes to its management structure.

Network Associates on Monday announced several changes to its management structure, including the appointment of its antivirus chief to the position of president.

Gene Hodges was president of the McAfee division, which is responsible for about 60 percent of Network Associates' revenue. He will be replaced by Art Martin, who had been senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at CrossWorlds Software.

Network Associates also said Chief Financial Officer Steve Richards would take on the job as chief operating officer.

Chief Executive George Samenuk, who had also been serving as president, will continue as CEO and chairman. Samenuk took over at Network Associates in January.