Sun CEO steps down after 22 years

By Justin Mann on April 24, 2006, 8:09 PM
As Sun Microsystems moves forward in the business and changes many things, they also look to a change in management. Scott McNealy is stepping down as the CEO of Sun, to be succeeded by Jonathan Schwartz. McNealy led sun for quite a while, and pushed Sun in many different directions including ones that ended up with Sun losing huge amounts of money over the past few years. With a change in management, the hope is that a change in direction will help bring the company back to good. With partnerships happening with companies like IBM and Vmware, we definitely see a change in typical Sun attitude, and for them it may be better this way.




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DragonMaster said:
Guess it's good for Sun.
Julio said:
Same guess here, although some radical changes have been attempted in the past few years, Sun keeps lagging behind many of its competitors and losing market share.
benken2202001 said:
Sun is solid, i just hope they don't sell out to the bigger dogs.(also, typo in 3rd sentance, its McNealy ;)
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