Symbian CEO steps down


Symbian, the mobile phone and handheld computer software group, announced its CEO Colly Myers will step down.

David Potter, non-executive chairman of Symbian, has assumed the role of interim executive chairman of the company.

Symbian has not mentioned the reasons for Myers' decision.

'On behalf of the Symbian board I would like to thank Colly Myers for the remarkable job he has done in nurturing the company to its current position. He leaves the company with the confident expectation that a wide-ranging roll-out of commercial product will take place,' said Koki Suda, director at Matsushita.

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