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August 24, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Troubled computer maker Silicon Graphics Inc. said Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Belluzzo resigned after less than two years in the top job and that board member and former SGI employee Robert Bishop will take over as chairman and CEO. A spokesman for the Mountain View, Calif.-based maker of computer servers and workstations said he did not know Belluzzo's plans, only that he is not going to an SGI competitor. Belluzzo, 45, left the No. 2 position at Hewlett-Packard Co.
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August 24, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Troubled computer maker Silicon Graphics Inc. said Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Belluzzo resigned after less than two years in the top job and that board member and former SGI employee Robert Bishop will take over as chairman and CEO. A spokesman for the Mountain View, Calif.-based maker of computer servers and workstations said he did not know Belluzzo's plans, only that he is not going to an SGI competitor. Belluzzo, 45, left the No. 2 position at Hewlett-Packard Co.
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July 22, 1994 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Silicon Graphics Inc., whose computer technology drives the digital special effects in "Forrest Gump," "True Lies" and nearly every other big summer movie, said Thursday that it is launching a subsidiary focusing on the entertainment industry. SGI Chairman Edward McCracken said the new division, Silicon Studios, is expected to double the Mountain View, Calif.-based firm's entertainment industry revenue to $400 million over the next year.
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July 22, 1994 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Silicon Graphics Inc., whose computer technology drives the digital special effects in "Forrest Gump," "True Lies" and nearly every other big summer movie, said Thursday that it is launching a subsidiary focusing on the entertainment industry. SGI Chairman Edward McCracken said the new division, Silicon Studios, is expected to double the Mountain View, Calif.-based firm's entertainment industry revenue to $400 million over the next year.
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