Brendan Eich, the embattled executive that served as Mozilla's CEO for a brief stint in 2014, is back in the news with the launch of a startup called Brave Software.
Mozilla on Monday announced interim CEO Chris Beard will man the position permanently as the foundation looks to put its management woes behind them once and for all.
Mozilla on Monday promoted Chris Beard to interim CEO as the company continues to search for a permanent replacement following the controversial resignation of Brendan Eich less than two weeks ago.
Mozilla on Thursday announced that co-founder Brendan Eich has elected to step down from his post as CEO following the recent controversy surrounding his appointment.
Mozilla has been grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons lately. After a few of its employees took to Twitter last week to express their disapproval of the new CEO, and the recent departure of half of its board members,…
According to the Wall Street Journal, three of six Mozilla board members have resigned over the appointment of Brendan Eich as CEO. Gary Kovacs, former Mozilla CEO and current head of AVG; John Lilly, former Mozilla CEO and now a partner…