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Anti-virus and security software maker Symantec Corp, which recently fired its chief executive amid declining sales and fierce competition, is in the process of hiring banks to help advise on strategy and defend against possible activist investors,
Security software company Symantec Corp.'s ongoing turnaround strategy may have taken a temporary turn for the worse after the company booted its chief executive late last week. On Thursday, Symantec said its board had fired Steve Bennett as its
March 21, after the computer security company announced it had fired its chief executive officer, president, and former board member Steve Bennett, after less than 18 months on the job. The termination raises concerns about Symantec's turnaround
Symantec Corp's shares fell 13 per cent in early trading after the security software provider fired its CEO, raising concerns about the company's turnaround efforts. At least five brokerages downgraded the stock, which has fallen nearly 17 per cent
The WPP agency office, which still has a media department, is also helping to drive Norton's global media strategy, planning and buying. In that effort, Grey is working with corporate media sibling MediaCom...Leo Burnett was hired by Symantec to
Are you aiding and abetting National Security Agency (NSA) spying? That's the subject of an open letter, sent in October to leading antivirus vendors, from 25 different privacy information security experts and organizations.
Amit Mital, who worked at Microsoft for 20 years and holds 43 patents, will succeed Steve Trilling as chief technology officer, Symantec said Wednesday in a statement. Trilling is moving to an unspecified senior leadership role, the company said.
00 AM MST Q: I have a MacBook Pro. I do not have any security software on it and have been told by many people, including the folks at the Apple store that I don't need any. When I cancelled by Norton 360 software for my old PC recently, the Norton
AppGuard has gained a significant following among online computer security experts. A key participant in the Wilders security blog refers to AppGuard as the "secret key" in the search for protection from zero day exploits. AppGuard is available on
At a time when millions of computer users face increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, the antivirus software they rely on to keep their information safe frequently fails to do the job. Of 45 pieces of malware that lingered on the New York Times