Is a VMware/EMC Cloud Spinoff in the Works?

Is a VMware/EMC Cloud Spinoff in the Works?

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New Here's what we know: After four years as CEO of VMware, Paul Maritz is being replaced by EMC COO Pat Gelsinger. But is there more to the story? Maritz is leaving, but it is not at all clear what will be happening to him - is he all the...
Is a VMware/EMC Cloud Spinoff in the Works?
                                       

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