World News   Business   Business Leaders   North America (33)
North America, Business Leaders Timeline Saturday, May 23 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search World News Atlas:
  Steve Jobs quits as Apple chief
World News (12) World Business Leaders (119) Business (815) Business Leaders (119) North America (33)
Buffett (9) World's Richest (4) Kenneth Lay (2)
   USA (66)    Washington (9)    U.S. President    Canada    UN    California (27)    New York (21)    Southern U.S. (10)    Obama    U. S. Midwest (6)    San Francisco Bay Area (27)    Texas (5)    Pacific Northwest (16)    Detroit (3)    Louisiana (7)    Washington State (3)    Seattle (3)    Microsoft (14)    BP Oil Spill (7)

2014 (15) 2013 (5) 2012 (3) 2011 (2) 2010 (1) 2009 (1) 2005 (1) 2003 (1) 2002 (3) 2000 (1)
North America on Wikipedia North America on Web

San Francisco Bay Area   Blackberry (9)   World Business Leaders (119)   World High Tech Business (139)   Steve Jobs

Sports Main Event: Silicon Valley's Dave Gol...
North America, Business Leaders on Google Map

2015-05-02 Silicon Valley's Dave Goldberg dies San Francisco Bay Area
2. 2014-10-24 Google's Alan Eustace beats Baumgartner's skydiving record New Mexico, Mountain States
D. 2014-09-22 Rockefellers to switch investments to 'clean energy' New York
E. 2014-09-18 Larry Ellison is stepping down as Oracle CEO San Francisco Bay Area
F. 2014-09-03 Ex-New York mayor back at Bloomberg Manhattan
6. 2014-08-14 Owners elect Rob Manfred as next MLB commissioner USA
7. 2014-08-12 LA Clippers sold to ex-Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer Los Angeles
I. 2014-06-13 Donald Trump skyscraper sign 'tasteless'
9. 2014-06-04 Sterling agrees to Clippers sale Los Angeles

Google's Alan Eustace beats Baumgartner's skydiving record Rockefellers to switch investments to 'clean energy'  Heirs to the Rockefeller family, which made its vast fortune from oil, are to sell investments in fossil fuels and reinvest in clean energy   Larry Ellison is stepping down as Oracle CEO  Ellison, 70, is a college dropout who founded Oracle in 1977 and has grown it to a market value of $182 billion Ex-New York mayor back at Bloomberg   Michael Bloomberg has returned to the helm of Bloomberg, the data and financial news company he founded more than 3 decades ago Owners elect Rob Manfred as next MLB commissioner LA Clippers sold to ex-Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer Donald Trump skyscraper sign 'tasteless'   Businessman Donald Trump is fighting with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel over a sign affixed to Mr Trump's downtown skyscraper Sterling agrees to Clippers sale Microsoft's ex-CEO Steve Ballmer 'wins Clippers bid' Editor of New York Times replaced  The newspaper has announced that it has replaced executive editor Jill Abramson - the first woman to lead the paper by Dean Baquet, 57 Target's chief executive resigns  Chief executive and chairman Gregg Steinhafel resigns follows a difficult year for the retailer, which was the victim of a data breach Ford announces new chief executive  Ford chief executive Alan Mulally is retiring in July and will be replaced by chief operating officer Mark Fields Zuckerberg reaps $3.3bn from shares  Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg earned $3.3bn on the sale of share options in 2013, a new regulatory filing has revealed Netflix boss hits out at ISP fees  Reed Hastings, the head of video-streaming service, has hit out at internet service providers for demanding a fee to maintain video streaming... Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg named top US philanthropist GM names first-ever woman CEO Ex-Halliburton manager pleads guilty Google exec poached by China rival Enron boss Skilling set to have sentence reduced Groupon founder fired as shares dive Yahoo names Google exec as new boss  Technology firm Yahoo has appointed leading Google executive Marissa Mayer as its next chief executive Yahoo CEO Thompson quits his post  The chief executive of computer firm Yahoo has stepped down, amid accusations that a fake computer science degree was included on his CV Blackberry-maker CEOs step down
Silicon Valley's Dave Goldberg dies

May 2015 ... more > Top ^
May. 2   San Francisco Bay Area
  The Silicon Valley entrepreneur and SurveyMonkey Chief Executive Dave Goldberg has died suddenly at the age of 47, his family says

year 2014 Top ^

Oct.24   Mountain States
Sep.22   New York
Sep.18   San Francisco Bay Area
Sep.3   Manhattan
Aug.14   USA
Aug.12   Los Angeles
Jun.13   Chicago
Jun.4   Los Angeles
May.29   Los Angeles
May.14   New York
May.5   Minnesota
May.1   Detroit
Mar.31   San Francisco Bay Area
Mar.21   San Francisco Bay Area
Feb.10   San Francisco Bay Area

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.10   Detroit
Oct.15   New Orleans
Aug.29   San Francisco Bay Area
May.8   Houston
Feb.28   Chicago

year 2012 Top ^

Jul.16   San Francisco Bay Area
May.13   San Francisco Bay Area
Jan.23   Canada
  Blackberry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has said its co-chief executives Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have stepped down in a shake-up

year 2011 Top ^

Aug.24   San Francisco Bay Area
  Apple founder Steve Jobs has resigned as chief executive of the technology giant and will be replaced by its chief operating officer Tim Cook.    The Silicon Valley legend, who underwent a liver transplant following cancer, said he coul...
Jan.20   San Francisco Bay Area Schmidt to step down as Google CEO  Eric Schmidt will step down from his role as CEO in April and be replaced by co-founder Larry Page. Schmidt will stay on as executive chairman

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.11   Manhattan   Madoff's son found hanged in NY
  Mark Madoff, 46, one of convicted US fraudster Bernard Madoff's sons has committed suicide in his apartment

year 2009 Top ^

Mar.29   Detroit GM chairman to leave car maker
  The chief executive of struggling General Motors - Rick Wagoner - has agreed to step down immediately at the request of the White House

year 2005 Top ^

Mar.16   Washington Wolfowitz to run World Bank
  President Bush has nominated US Deputy Defense Secretary as the next head of the World Bank

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.17   New York $140m NYSE chief Grasso resigns  A special board meeting called to address the furor over CEO's pay and retirement package

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.6   Washington Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned   Both men were asked to resign by the White House, continuing the house cleaning of the Bush's economic team Jul.8   U.S. Congress Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse
  Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers and ex-CFO Scott Sullivan take Fifth on Capitol Hill Jan.25   Texas   Former Enron VP commits suicide  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene

year 2000 Top ^

Jan.14   Seattle Microsoft CEO Gates Steps Down
  Bill Gates is handing the reins to his former Harvard classmate, Steve Ballmer, the company's president

Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to North America, Business Leaders Timeline

Please send feedback to:

Advertise on North America, Business Leaders Page