30 Notable IT Executive Moves: September 2012


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Robert Youngjohns

Autonomy was one of the most controversial HP acquisitions in years -- a $10.3 billion spend by the technology giant during the reign of ex-CEO Leo Apotheker that's since seen stalled growth and a revolving door of leadership. As of mid-September, it belongs to Robert Youngjohns, who joined HP as senior vice president and general manager, Autonomy and Information Management Business Unit. Youngjohns was most recently at Microsoft, which he joined in 2007 and where he served as president, North America business.




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