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Unformatted text preview: Company Hewlett-Packard Name Katie Rider Executive position Pink is Vikki Human Resources director John Han Cisco Systems Brian Schipper Human Resources director SVP human resources Barbara Beck Oracle Sun Microsystems Vance Kearney Philip Wilson Bill MacGowan SVP human resources Applied Materials eBay Yahoo Symantec VP Human resources SVP Human Resources Chief Human Resources Officer Lora Coldflesh Vp Human resources Jeannette Liebman Group VP Human Resources Larry Austin Human Resources manager Beth Axelrod SVP Human Resources Michelle Campbell Senior Human Resouces manager Libby Sartain SVP Human Resources Mary Ruiz VP Global Human Resources Rebecca Ranninger EVP Human resources Abhay Valsangkar Senior director human resources Jean Halloran SVP Human resources Kirk Froggatt VP Global Tallent Leslie Lundberg James Riordan Director Human Resources Scott Sullivan VP Human Resource Agilent Con-Way Nvidia SanDisk Michael Winston SVP Human resources Tom Baker VP global human resources Jocelyn Scarborough human resources VP Leif Wennerstrom worldwide field operations staffing manager Gabrielle ToledanoEVP Human resources Jeff Hunter Director Global Talent NetApp Electronic Arts Intuit Micheal Mcneal Juniper Networks VeriSign VP talent Strategy and Acquisition Sherry Whiteley SVP Human Resources Steven Rice EVP Human Resources Damon Berkhaug Director Global Staffing Anne Law SVP global human resources Rod McCowan Brocade Communications Bonnie Helton SVP Global HR VP HR Theresa Uchida VMware Betsy Sutter Director Global Talent Management VP HR McAfee Aanand Varanasi Director Global Staffing Joseph Gabbert EVP HR Bradley Loewen North American Staffing Manager Kevin Lyman Lisa Wood Debi Hirshlag Patty McCord Greg Silva Barbara Barrett Melinda Ulrich VP HR Senior Staffing Manager VP HR Chief Talent Officer HR Director VP HR Director HR Altera Trimble Navigation NetFlix Quantum Plantronics Layne Buckley Senior HR Verifone Holdings SunPower Julie Murphy ? Doug Richards VP World Wide HR VP HR OmniVision Electronics for Imaging Foundry Networks Tibco Software Equinix Finisar they are hiring HR Tom Yamashita VP HR Lisa McGill VP HR Bob Stefanski Keri Crask Dee Miller EVP HR VP HR VP employee service Informatica Carolyn Moore Sr. Director HR Mercedez Rezaiepay manager HR Extreme Networks Rackable Systems Rebecca Guerra Manager hr Kathleen Swift VP HR Jennifer Pratt VP HR Sirf Technology Jim Murphy VP HR Harmonic Ariba Align Technology Blue Coat Systems Openwave Micah Van Bogelen Cororate staffing manager Anne Lynch VP HR Matthew Zack SVP HR Sonia Clark VP HR David Collins Director compensation. Alyssa Marcyes HRBP Tim Burch SVP HR Infinera Interwoven Paul Whitney VP HR Katherine Mancuso HR VP Gilan Seyedi HR iPass Manisha Champaneria Regional HR Ron Ketelsen HR Shutterfly Patricia Schoof VP HR Adaptec Peter Navin Shirley Olerich VP HR VP HR BigBand Networks Aruba Networks Macrovision Chris Lee Aaron Bean Eileen Schloss Head of HR EVP HR Chordiant Jack Landers VP HR Veraz Networks Data Domain UKLee Golding Denise Pierre troy Fenner Deb Hoffman HR director VP global HR Director HR Director HR Shelly Begun VP HR SumTotal ShoreTel CyberSource Pam Drew Lehka Sishta Joan Burke ? 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HP's offerings span personal computing and other access devices; imaging and printing-related products and services; enterprise information technology infrastructure, including enterprise storage and server technology and software that optimizes business technology investments, and multi-vendor customer services, including technology support and maintenance, consulting and integration and outsourcing services. During the fiscal year ended October 31, 2007 (fiscal 2007), its operations were organized into seven business segments: Enterprise Storage and Servers (ESS), HP Services (HPS), HP Software, the Personal Systems Group (PSG), the Imaging and Printing Group (IPG), HP Financial Services (HPFS) and Corporate Investments Cisco Systems, Inc. designs, manufactures and sells Internet protocol (IP)-based networking and other products related to information technology industry, and provides services associated with these products and their use. It provides a line of p voice and video within buildings, across campuses and around the world. Its products, which include primarily routers, swit Company refers to as its advanced technologies, are installed at enterprises, public institutions, telecommunications comp businesses and personal residences. It conducts its business globally and manages it geographically in five segments: the European Markets; Emerging Markets; Asia Pacific, and Japan. In October 2007, Cisco Systems, Inc. acquired Cognio, Inc Oracle Corporation (Oracle) is an enterprise software company. Oracle develops, manufactures, markets, distributes and s November 2007, the Company acquired Securent, Inc. In December 2007, it acquired Navini Networks, Inc middleware software, as well as applications software that help organizations to manage their businesses. Oracle is organ software and services. These businesses are further divided into five operating segments. Its solutions.business consists o Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Sun) provides network computing infrastructure product and service software The Company's bra new software licenses, and software license updates and product support. Its services business consists ofprocessor. Its n technology platform, the Solaris operating system, Sun StorageTek storage solutions and the UltraSPARC three operating Demand and education. In April 2007, it announced the availabilitytechnical/scientific, business, engineering, telecommuni infrastructure solutions are used in a range of industries, including of Oracle Manufacturing Execution System for Discrete for Discrete Manufacturing), a application that enables manufacturers to deploy Oracle Applications directly on the shop flo manufacturing, retail, government, life sciences, media and entertainment, transportation,semiconductor, and panel display energy/utilities healthcare. I Applied Materials, Inc. (Applied)provide Nanomanufacturing Technology solutions Oracle acquired Bridgestream, Inc. In December 2007,AB, a developer of the open sourcefor the acquired BEAflat Systems, Inc. Company completed the acquisition of MySQL it acquired Moniforce. In April 2008,database with a portfolio of equipment, service and software products. Applied's customers include manufacturers of semiconductor liquid crystal displays (LCDs), photovoltaic (PV) cells and other electronic devices. The Company operates in four segmen Fab Solutions, Display, and Adjacent Technologies. During the fiscal year ended October 28, 2007 (fiscal 2007), the Comp Centura Mariana Trench Etch and Applied Opus AdvantEdge Metal Etch. In fiscal 2007, the Company introduced the Appl eBay Inc. (eBay) provides online marketplaces for the sale of goods and services, as well as other online commerce, or ec Reticle Etch system, based on Applied's decoupled plasma source (DPS) wafer etch technology. In January 2008, Applied payments services and online communications offerings to a diverse community of individuals and businesses. The Comp which is a supplier of automated metallization and test systems for manufacturing crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells. segments: Marketplaces, Payments and Communications. Its Marketplaces segment enables online commerce through a Yahoo! Inc. (Yahoo!), incorporated in 1995, is a global Internet brand.The Company's offerings to users fall into five catego the traditional eBay.com platform and eBay's other online platforms, such as its classifieds Websites, as wellmore than 20 Communications and Communities; Media, and Connected Life. The majority of its offerings are available in as Half.com, and StubHub. eBay's Payments segment, which consists of PayPal, enablesmajority of Yahoo! Properties and Affiliate site generates revenues by providing marketing services to advertisers across a individuals and businesses to send and recei Communicationsservices are free,consists does charge for a rangeS.A. (Skype),services that it offers. During protocol (VoIP segment, which Skype many of itsCorporation (Symantec)Yahoo! ofa set of Technologiesavailability products and services to large enterprises, go of premium enables voice over Internet the year ende Symantec user provides low-cost provides security Skype users and BuzzTracker, a news site that automatically and connectivity to traditional fixed-line and mobile telephones Yahoo! acquired generates news pages customers protect their both broad a medium-sized businesses, and consumers on a worldwide basis. Symantec helps its for a multitude of topics, infrastructure CompanyInc. softwarethe provides transportation, risks Right Media Inc. On February 12, 2008, the Company completed the Con-way purchased and services that address logistics and supply-chain management compliance and information tech (Con-way) remaining equity interests in to information security, availability, services for a range of manufactu by delivering Networks Inc. The Company operates primarily operate in regional and transcontinental less-than-truckload (LTL) and stora customers. Con-way's an online video platform provider. performance. (Maven),principal business units in two markets within the software sector: the security market and the full-tr transportation, contract logistics and (fiscal 2007), Symantec operated in brokerage, and trailer manufacturing. Con-way the fiscal year ended March 30, 2007supply-chain management, truckload five segments: Consumer Products, Security anI Agilent Technologies, Inc. (Agilent) is a measurement companyAugust 23,core bio-analytical and electronicthe acquisition o measurement segments: Freight, Logistics, Truckload, Vector, and Other. On providing 2007, 4FrontSecurity. In December 31, 2006, th the Company Center Management, Servicesis engaged in the provision of programmable graphics processor completed and Other. NVIDIA Corporation (NVIDIA)life sciences In February 2007, Symantec acquired Company has technologies. segments: th The Compan communications, electronics, and chemical analysis industries. The September 5, 2007, the Company acqui (CFI). On August 23, 2007, Con-way acquired Transportation Resources, Inc. Onof Vontu, Inc. two business Company-i Limited.On November 30, 2007, Symantec completed the computing devices. It serves the entertainment and c generate and the interactive graphics on consumer and professional acquisition realistic, business18, 2007,bio-analytical measurement business. Agilent's electronic measurement business focuses on the commu October it acquired Chic Logistics. GeForce products, bio-analytical measurement business focuses on the its sciences industry and in computing market w industries, while its the professional design and visualization market with lifeQuadro products, and thethe environmental, ch four product-line segments: the materials sciences. professional solutions business (PSB), the media direct sales, and also petrochemical industries and in GPU Business, the The Company sells its products primarily through and communications and the consumer products business (CPB). Its GPU business consists of its GeForce products that support desktop and n resellers, manufacturer's representatives, telesales and electronic commerce. In March 2008, Agilent acquired Colloidal Dy (PCs), plus memory products. Its PSB consists of its NVIDIA Quadro professional workstation products and other professio Company completed the acquisition of TILL Photonics GmbH NetApp Inc. NVIDIA Tesla computing products. including its (NetApp), formerly Network Appliance, Inc., is a provider of data management solutions that simplify the comp protecting,Arts Inc. develops, markets, publishes and distributes consolidation solutions that incorporateare playable unified Electronic and archiving enterprise data. NetApp offers storage interactive software games (titles) that the NetApp by con functionality of gameand resource management PlayStation 2, product categories offered360 and Data ONTAP and Key(co in-home video data players (such as the Sony software. The Microsoft Xbox and Xbox include Nintendo GameCube Co SanDisk Corporation (SanDisk) designs, develops, markets and manufactures products and solutions in (FAS) Family, V-S a variety of Management Software, FlexVol, FlexClone,game players (such as the PlayStation Portable (PSP), Nintendo DS andform f mobile platforms, including handheld video FlexShare, FlexCache, MultiStore, Fabric-Attached Storage Game memory, controller and firmware technologies. It primarily offers Not And (NAND) (electronic logic gate)-based flash storag Software Products, Data Protection Platform Products, Data Retention and Archive Software Products, NearStore, Virtual handsets, and online, over the Internet and other online networks. It publishes interactive software games for multiple platf sources majority ofStorage Management and Application Software, StoreVault and Content Toshiba Corporation. On Dece venture relationships with Delivery SanDisk Security Products, its flash memory supply through its significantedit video and audio recordings that(NetCache). its games in facilities and equipment that allow the Company to create and are used in of consumer electronics devices, such as mobile phones, digital cameras, gaming devices and laptop computers. It also pr Topio, Inc. Arts acquired Digital Illusions CE, development team and creators of the Battlefield game franchise. In October 2007, the C drives (USB) drives, gaming consoles, Moving Picture Experts Group Layer-3 audio (MP3) players and other flash storage acquisition of Super Computer International.In January 2008, the Company acquired VG Holding Corp. in a variety of systems for the enterprise, industrial, military and other markets. On January 13, 2006, SanDisk acquired Ma (Matrix). On November 19, 2006, the Company acquired msystems, Ltd., an Israel-based semiconductor company Juniper Networks, Inc. designs, develops and sells products and services that together provide its customers with network responsive and trusted environments for accelerating the deployment of services and applications over a single Internet Pr The Company's operations are organized into three business segments: Infrastructure, Service Layer Technologies (SLT) Intuit Inc. is a segment of business, financial management solutions for small and control and direct network traffic from the Infrastructure provider primarily offers scalable routing products that are used to medium sized businesses, financial instit credit unions, consumers and accounting professionals. The Company's flagship products and services, including custome aggregation and the customer premise equipment level. Its SLT segment offers solutions that meet an array of its QuickBo software, enable small protecting management and payroll processing, personal finance, and acceleration of applications ac the network itself, and business data on the network, to maximizing existing bandwidth and tax preparation and filing. It h QuickBooks, Payroll delivers world-wide services to customers of the Infrastructure and SLT and Other Businesses. The Co Its Service segment and Payments, Consumer Tax, Professional Tax, Financial Institutions segments division consists of two segments: QuickBooks segment and Payroll and Payments segment. In August 2007, the Compan Management Solutions business. In March 2007, the Company sold its Complete Payroll and Premier Payroll Service busi Processing, Inc. In February 2008, the Company acquired Electronic Clearing House Inc. VeriSign, Inc. (VeriSign) operates infrastructure services that enable and protect billions of interactions every day across the world's voice, video and data networks. The Company offers a variety of Internet and communications-related services which are marketed through Website sales, direct field sales, channel sales, telesales, and member organizations in its global affiliate network. VeriSign's business consists of two segments: the Internet Services Group and the Communications Services Group. The Internet Services Group consists of the Information and Security Services business and the Naming Services business. The Communications Services Group provides communications services, such as connectivity and interoperability services and intelligent database services; commerce services, such as billing and operational support system services, and mobile commerce services, and content services, such as digital content and messaging services Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. (Brocade) is a supplier of storage area network equipment and a provider of data center networking solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information. The Company offers a line of data center networking products, software and services that enable businesses to make their data centers more reliable and adaptable. The Brocade family of storage area network (SAN) infrastructure products and solutions includes directo...
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