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  • American City Business Journals22 hours ago

    Aclara adds former ABB exec as new chief technology officer

    Aclara Technologies, the smart-metering company based in Hazelwood, has hired Aaron Merkin as its first-ever chief technology officer. Merkin is the former chief technology officer of ABB Enterprise Software, a unit of Switzerland-based ABB. For the last six months, Merkin was focused on the development of overall software architecture for ABB’s Grid Automation solutions.

  • American City Business Journals11 days ago

    Cisco veteran takes reins at San Jose competitor to his longtime employer

    Virtualized networking upstart Viptela on Thursday named Praveen Akkiraju as CEO, reuniting the 19-year Cisco Systems veteran with some of his longtime colleagues from that tech giant. Akkiraju in his long tenure led every major routing business at Cisco (CSCO). After that he was CEO for three years at VCE, which was a cloud computing infrastructure joint venture between VMware, Cisco and EMC that EMC eventually bought control of and then became part of Dell.

  • American City Business Journals12 days ago

    This company led the 5th year of PC declines

    Sales of personal computers fell for the fifth year in a row, with Apple posting one of the steepest declines. PC sales have been steadily falling every year since 2012, as consumers increasingly hold onto laptops and desktop computers for longer, and shift simple tasks, like email and social media, to their smartphones. Unsurprisingly, 2016 marked the fifth consecutive year of declining PC sales, according to a pair of research reports out this week from IDC and Gartner.