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Dion Cornett Joins Red Hat as VP, Investor Relations
Saturday, May 28 2005 @ 07:21 PM EDT

Were you wondering where Dion Cornett was? Me too. Then I got an email from him that he's joined Red Hat as Vice President of Investor Relations. The email announcing it to Red Hat's Investor Relations distribution list says:

Dion brings to Red Hat almost 10 years of Wall Street experience. In the last 2 years, he has focused his research on Open Source software and has followed Red Hat since early 2003. He has a deep knowledge of Red Hat's business and technologies, our business/financial model, and the marketplace.

Prior to his tenure on Wall Street, Dion was a regional manager for Nalco and served as a Submarine Officer in the US Navy. Dion graduated with honors from the US Naval Academy with a degree in Electrical Engineering and attained a Masters in Business Administration from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management, where he graduated with distinction. . . .

Dion will be based in Red Hat's corporate headquarters in Raleigh, NC.

So, now you know. I am thrilled for Dion, and he's mighty happy too, I gather. By the way, he says thank you to the Groklaw community. "I appreciate how supportive the Groklaw community has been of my past efforts," he told me, "and I really owe them a word of thanks for all the information and insight they provided me as an analyst."


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