NetApp Board Gets Restructured


NetApp is making several changes to its board. To begin with, Tom Georgens, CEO of NetApp, has been elected chairman of the board effective immediately.

After a twenty-year career at NetApp, where he served previously as CEO and currently as chairman of the board, Dan Warmenhoven has decided to retire from his position and will not seek re-election. Mr. Warmenhoven will serve out his current term on the board until September 2014, says NetApp. 

Nicholas Moore, lead independent director will also retiring from the board, and will not seek re-election. Michael Nevens will become lead independent director in his place. Mr. Moore will serve out his current term till September 2014.

[Image courtesy: NetApp]


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