Jan 15, 2001
Seagate today also announced that Tom Mulvaney, senior vice president of Seagate's Internet Solutions Group, is retiring after a career spanning more than 20 years. In addition to leading Seagate's Corporate Development efforts, Tennenbaum will succeed Mulvaney in directing the Company's Internet Solutions Group.
"Jeremy brings unique skills and experience to our corporate management team and will open up new frontiers for our core storage business and Internet Solutions Group," said Steve Luczo. "The time is right for Seagate to capitalize on the increasing importance of storage, as the Internet continues to create more and more transactions, more information and more connectivity around the world."
"When I look around at the prospects for storage, there is no limit to what Seagate can accomplish," said Tennenbaum. "Storage is already where the Internet lives and is at the heart of today's enterprise IT architecture, and it's playing an increasing role in many key industries. With its leadership in storage, Seagate is poised to leverage its core competencies into opportunities that were previously unimaginable."
"At the same time we welcome Jeremy to Seagate, we are saying goodbye to a valuable member of our management team, Tom Mulvaney, who will be leaving Seagate to spend more time with his family," said Steve Luczo. "We are indebted to Tom for helping to grow the Company into what it is today - the leading storage company in the world."
Tennenbaum brings more than 15 years of strategic development and management experience to Seagate. Prior to joining Seagate, he spent nine years as a vice president with Wellington Management Company where he was a global equity analyst following a variety of technology companies, as well as automotive, capital goods and diversified industrial sectors. Previous to Wellington, Tennenbaum worked for Salomon Brothers as a new business specialist in corporate finance. He was listed by Reuters as one of the top ten analysts/portfolio managers for each of the past four years. Tennenbaum holds an AB degree in Politics and Intellectual History and a Master's degree from M.I.T.'s Sloan School of Management.
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