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BRAND NEW! Happy Mammoth Barge Session #4 - Wallow

Here’s the final video in the barge sessions series from Happy Mammoth, that we filmed and recorded on the SB Repertor. Recorded by Marketstall Recording.

Nicholas Worrall

Cisco’s latest earnings show the company isn't threatened by competition...yet

Cisco’s long-time CEO John Chambers didn’t mince words about his company’s critics during his last earnings call Wednesday before retiring.

The networking titan reported $12.1 billion in third quarter revenue compared to $11.5 billion in the same period last year. 435 more words

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Meet Cisco's New CEO Chuck Robbins

Meet Cisco’s new CEO Chuck Robbins, who will succeed John Chambers, who spent 20 years at the helm of the world’s largest networking company. This “unexpected” announcement of a new CEO came as a… 173 more words

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CEO exit schedules: A season to stay, a season to go

Cisco CEO John Chambers announced on Monday that he would step down in July after a full 20 years at the helm. While in office, he took revenues at the company from $1.2 billion to over $47 billion with a total shareholder return of 1632%, or 15% on an annualized basis. 1,314 more words

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John Chambers Retires - 15 years late!

I never understood how John Chambers or any CEO of any major high technology company can be around for so long and yet see their own company fall apart – and it has nothing to do with tax codes! 478 more words

Why Cisco's board chose Chuck Robbins to lead as CEO

In April 2000, Fortune magazine featured Cisco CEO John Chambers on our cover and asked, “Is he the best CEO in the world?” The networking giant’s market capitalization had exploded at the turn of the millennium, soaring to more than $550 billion—topping even Microsoft’s. 1,012 more words

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Cisco's Chambers to step down as CEO, Robbins to take over

Cisco Systems Inc Chief Executive John Chambers will step down in July after 20 years at the helm of the network equipment maker, a symbol of the dot.com stock boom 15 years ago now struggling to boost its bottom line in the era of cloud computing. 370 more words

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