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BLACKBAUD CEO EARNED $5.7M IN 2016

BLACKBAUD CEO EARNED $5.7M IN 2016

Blackbaud CEO Mike Gianoni was paid $5.7 million for the year ended 2016, largely from a stock award of $4.4 million. That was well beneath the $11.5 million he received...

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Dan Griffin, MacolaDan Griffin has left the position of director of product marketing and product management at Macola. Griffin served in the job from October 2013 through this month and it seems to me there was a decent amount of turnover in the software company's marketing leadership.

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Created on Monday, 03 April 2017 23:24
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Vanna White, Wheel of FortuneMany jobholders are threatened by automation. Personally I would like to see sports journalists largely replaced as robots could easily come up with such play-by-play commentary as "If they don't start scoring soon, it will be too late."

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Created on Friday, 31 March 2017 10:43
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Matt, Petersen, EnavateEnavate, a Dynamics AX VAR, has decided to bring its operations under one name. The company acquired MBS Dev and Celenia Software in December 2014 and continued to use the Celenia name in Europe while adopting the Enavate name here. Enavate spring to life in December 2013 under the name, Project AX.

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Created on Thursday, 30 March 2017 22:10
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Ray Barlow, SageRay Barlow, VP of accountant solutions at Sage, is leaving the job he has held since August 2015. Barlow confirmed he is leaving the software company on April 12. He did not state his plans although there are reports that he will join XCM Services.

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Created on Thursday, 30 March 2017 14:36
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 Rod Drury, XeroXero has announced that it has recently passed one million subscribers. The New Zealand-based cloud software company said that it doubled its subscriber base in less than two years, adding nearly 300,000 in the last year.

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Created on Thursday, 30 March 2017 04:05
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