Thursday, October 27, 2005

CarlyWatch: Fiorina pops up at Cybertrust

Guy Matthews writes in The Inquirer:

CARLY FIORINA has popped up on the board of security company Cybertrust, her first big move since leaving HP.

Fiorina, as you’ll remember, left HP under a bit of a cloud after her controversial decision to buy Compaq for $19 billion never really worked out. Plus channel partners of the company were left in some confusion as to their future role.

At one point it looked like she might head up the World Bank. Now she’s had to settle for Cybertrust. Both the nature of her role and her salary remain secret as yet. Cybertrust executives say Fiorina will bring her extensive industry contacts to the party, as well as her experience in leading HP.


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