Browsing: Jeffrey Hedberg

Former Cell C CEO, US national Jeffrey Hedberg, intends to stay in SA and to remain actively involved in the information and communications technology industry. Speaking to TechCentral on Wednesday, Hedberg says he has not made any decisions about his future career plans, adding that he’s taking time to

JSE-listed technology group Altech is looking internally for a new chief operating officer. This follows the short-lived tenure of former Telkom acting group CEO Jeffrey Hedberg in the role. “We want to make the right appointment and ensure it is the right appointment,” says Altech CEO Craig Venter. “This will probably be an internal

Altech CEO Craig Venter has taken umbrage at a report in the Sunday Times that questioned his leadership style and that implied it may be time for him to step down from the JSE-listed technology group. The article, published in the Business Times section of the newspaper on 29 January, said

Your crew this week consists of Andy Hadfield, Brett Haggard and Simon Dingle. They discuss Alan Knott-Craig taking the reins at Cell C, Jeffrey Hedberg leaving Altech, BlackBerry’s CEO shuffle, Microsoft’s renaissance post Gates, CEO Twitter rockstars and social networking in 2012, and much more

Duncan McLeod, back from Las Vegas and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), joins Craig Wilson in the studio this week to talk about the musical chairs among SA technology executives, looking at, among other developments, the resignation of Jeffrey Hedberg from Altech and the appointment of Alan Knott-Craig

Jeffrey Hedberg has resigned as Altech’s chief operating officer less than nine months after joining the JSE-listed technology group, adding to a growing exodus of top management. Hedberg, a US national who was previously acting group CEO at Telkom, was appointed to Altech

JSE-listed technology group Altech is considering big changes at its largest subsidiary, Altech Autopage Cellular. Options on the table include launching a mobile virtual network operator and bidding for radio frequency spectrum to build its own fourth-generation

Altech CEO Craig Venter believes East Africa remains a powerful opportunity despite the region dragging down the JSE-listed technology group’s results in the six months to the end of August. The East Africa business reported an operating loss

SA’s most important telecommunications operator has been abused for years. Telkom has been fraught with political infighting and plagued by shocking management decisions. Now, finally, indications are new CEO Nombulelo Moholi is

JSE-listed technology group Altech has appointed Willie Oosthuysen as its new chief technology officer. Oosthuysen was previously a regional director for systems engineering at Cisco. Oosthuysen, who has replaced Ashraff Paruk