internetnews.com: New Software Head in Sun Management Shift
Apr 05, 2004, 20:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michael Singer)
"New faces are taking over in key spots at Sun Microsystems as
the company restructures itself out of ten quarters of red ink.
"The Santa Clara, Calif.-based network computer maker said
Monday that it has promoted John Loiacono to executive vice
president of software, replacing Jonathan Schwartz. Schwartz became
president and COO of Sun on Friday as part of a corporate
restructuring and $1.9 billion settlement with Microsoft...
"One person that won't be on staff already is Rich Green, Sun's
vice president of developer platforms. The pro-Java developer guru
was heading up Sun's Project Rave, now known as Java Studio
Creator. A Sun spokesperson said Green's leaving was a planned
issue, which was delayed pending the announcement with Microsoft.
Chris Atwood, director of engineering, would lead the developer
platform and tools group until Loiacono has a chance to shift
through the budget. Green is expected to announce his new venture
in the next few days..."