Top tech CEOs who resigned but returned later
Hi guys !!! today i have a very interesting news for you all. Everyone , who dont even no about the technology will be excited when we hear about big bossess like steve jobs, jerry jang .Today i will have posted the article which has the top CEO's lists who were all resigned from the company and returned back later...!!
1.Steve Jobs, Apple
first of all when you see this article your eyes will search for the great Steve jobs name and same way i too have posted his name first for the top ceo who had resigned and joined the company back later.He and Steve Wozniak jointly launched the APPLE comapny , but he was sent out of the company after nine years.In 1997 apple was in brink of bankruptcy.
Then his return to the company made many succussfull jobs. his new products iPod, iTunes and the revolutionary iPhone made the company to crown in the technology world.
2.Mark Pincus, Zynga
Zynga, which Pincus launched in 2007, soared thanks to its popular Facebook-based games like Farmville. Then Facebook opened the doors to rivals, and Zynga's fortunes went south.
Pincus stepped down as CEO in 2013, then reclaimed the top job earlier this year. Zynga's still on a roller coaster; Pincus has cut staff and scrambled to roll out new games for mobile phones.
3.Jerry Yang, Yahoo
After co-founding the internet company with David Filo in 1994, Yang handed the reins to "professional'' managers in the mid-1990s. But the company was later eclipsed by Google. Yang returned as CEO in 2007 -- and was gone again two years later.
True, he fought off a takeover bid from Microsoft and made a $1 billion investment in the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba -- one valued at more than $49 billion last year. But Yang wasn't able to reignite Yahoo's growth, a problem his successors haven't solved, either.
4.Michael Dell, Dell
Michael Dell famously launched what became the world's largest personal-computer company from his dorm room in 1984. He stepped down as CEO in 2004, but returned to the top job in 2007 as PC sales slumped.
Since then, Dell has taken his namesake company private and is remaking it as a seller of computer hardware and software for business. This week, Dell said it's buying business computing giant EMC Inc. in a blockbuster deal valued at $67 billion.
source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/