CNET News.com: Linuxcare co-founder resumes CEO job

Linuxcare has closed European operations and returned its
original chief executive to the top job after a months-long search
for a new leader.

“At the same time that Linuxcare co-founder Art Tyde resumed the
CEO role, the acting head of the office of the CEO, Pat Lambs, left
the company. “She and her husband have decided to move away from
the (San Francisco) Bay Area. That was more of a coincidence than
anything else,” Tyde said in an interview Friday.”

“Tyde was CEO until the company hired Fernand Sarrat in May
1999. Sarrat left in April amid turmoil at the company, layoffs and
a postponed initial public offering.”

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