Atlanta CEO

CEO Speakers Series: Scott McNealy

Co-founder, former CEO and Board Chair Sun Microsystems, Inc., and Founder, Curriki.org, and Chairman of Wayin, Inc.founded Sun Microsystems, Inc. in 1982, serving as Chief Executive Officer and Board Chairman for over 22 years.  During his tenure, McNealy transformed Sun from a Silicon Valley start-up to a leading provider of network computing. In October 2011, […]

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Summer 2007 Executive Moves

August 2007 Kendall Alley has been appointed Wachovia Corp.’s new Atlanta president. James Tally is stepping down as CEO of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Emory University has hired Dr. Fred Sanfilippo as the new CEO for Woodruff Health Sciences Center, chairman of Emory Healthcare and EVP of health affairs. Dr. Otis Brawley at Emory University’s […]

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Five New Partners: Porter Novelli

      Porter Novelli Names Five Partners Leaders are selected from New York, Washington D.C., Atlanta, London and Amsterdam NEW YORK, June 5, 2007 – Porter Novelli today announced the selection of five new partners: Lisa Davidson; Wendy Hagen; Brad MacAfee; Wayne Moretto; and Frank Peters. All five join the agency’s senior-most leadership team. […]

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Stock Option Blunders: SVB Analytics

    Eleven of the Top Ten Mistakes to Avoid in Your Options Program By: Sam Renwick, CFA, Director, SVB Analytics The new tax code provision IRC 409A and the new accounting standard FAS 123R are delivering a one-two punch in added complexity to your options program. After working with hundreds of companies to provide […]

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Web 2.0 and the Law: Morris, Manning & Martin

  Web 2.0 and the Law: Business and Legal Implications of Consumer Generated Media for Emerging and Established Companies (including Facebook, YouTube, Second Life, blogs, and others) By: Paul H. Arne & Sandra S. Gardiner, Partners, Corporate Technology Group, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP (1,2) The social networking and Web 2.0 phenomenon is changing the […]

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