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Some news about Mandriva

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I bring you some news. A new COO, Jean-Manuel Croset recently joined Dominique Loucougain, CEO, at the head of Mandriva. I had the opportunity to meet and discuss with him. He is someone who is very open to conversation, talking directly and frankly, who gives the impression of knowing where he goes and what he wants, someone with a “breadth” of leadership. But, and I must confess that it is much less common, he also combines the knowledge of his subject, works for knowing Mandriva, its history, its employees and partners, and community.

In a nutshell this is what came out of our conversation, from memory:

The financial situation of Mandriva is finally stabilized.

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