back to article Symantec's CEO search ends where it started, with Michael Brown

After a six-month search, Symantec has finally named its new permanent CEO – and it's none other than Michael Brown, the man the company's board named as interim CEO in March. Brown reportedly emerged as the front-runner during a review of more than 100 potential candidates, 30 of whom were "actively vetted" for the chief exec …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    More wasted human lives than a medium size war

    How many hundreds of man-millenia have been wasted by Symantec's Norton AntiVirus circa 2006-2009 timeframe? I'm still surprised that nobody ever instigated a class action lawsuit for the totality of the damage caused by their selling of utterly defective product. I'd feel better with about a $10k settlement, for their wasting so much of my time.

    Thus I enjoy seeing their business pain.

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