CFO Michael Kourey To Retire From Polycom

 [Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Polycom’s seventh employee, Mike Kourey, will be retiring from his position as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Polycom in order to pursue other opportunities, including continuing to serve on corporate boards and various charitable activities, said the company in a statement.

Mr. Kourey will remain with the company until March 7 to provide for a smooth transition, and he will be available as an advisor to the company through May 7, 2012.


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