Former Microsoft CFO John Connors joins board of INRIX

Former Microsoft CFO John Connors joins board of INRIX

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New John Connors INRIX continues to add horsepower to its board, as the Kirkland provider of traffic data preps for an initial public offering. The latest addition is John Connors, a venture capitalist at Bellevue-based Ignition Partners who previously served as CFO of Microsoft. That’s a big-name election for INRIX, which...
Former Microsoft CFO John Connors joins board of INRIX
                                       

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