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August 13, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Novell Names Frankenberg Board Chairman: The computer networking company named President and Chief Executive Robert Frankenberg to replace founder Raymond Noorda. Noorda, who will remain as a board member, said Novell was in good hands with Frankenberg. Frankenberg joined Novell in April, after months of speculation about who would succeed Noorda. Frankenberg previously headed Hewlett-Packard Co.'
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August 13, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Novell Names Frankenberg Board Chairman: The computer networking company named President and Chief Executive Robert Frankenberg to replace founder Raymond Noorda. Noorda, who will remain as a board member, said Novell was in good hands with Frankenberg. Frankenberg joined Novell in April, after months of speculation about who would succeed Noorda. Frankenberg previously headed Hewlett-Packard Co.'
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April 6, 1994 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Novell, the software giant that plans to merge with WordPerfect so that it can better challenge industry leader Microsoft, on Tuesday named a veteran Hewlett-Packard executive to succeed Chief Executive Raymond J. Noorda. Robert J. Frankenberg, who becomes Novell's president and chief executive, leaves Hewlett-Packard after 25 years, most recently as vice president and general manager of the personal information products group.
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April 6, 1994 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Novell, the software giant that plans to merge with WordPerfect so that it can better challenge industry leader Microsoft, on Tuesday named a veteran Hewlett-Packard executive to succeed Chief Executive Raymond J. Noorda. Robert J. Frankenberg, who becomes Novell's president and chief executive, leaves Hewlett-Packard after 25 years, most recently as vice president and general manager of the personal information products group.
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July 23, 1995 | GRAEF CRYSTAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; GRAEF CRYSTAL, editor of the Crystal Report and adjunct professor of organizational behavior and industrial relations at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, is a regular contributor to Sunday Business
Is the market for chief executive pay: a) becoming more and more rational or b) as crazy as ever? If you chose "b," go to the front of the class. I have just analyzed the 1994 pay packages of the CEOs of 424 of the nation's largest companies. Here are a few tidbits to get your juices flowing: * About three-quarters of the CEOs had been in their jobs at least three years. On average, each member of this group of 292 executives earned $2.
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