NEW YORK (Reuters) - VMware Inc VMW.N chief scientist Mendel Rosenblum has resigned, the latest executive departure in the wake of the July departure of Chief Executive Diane Greene.
Rosenblum, Greene’s husband and fellow co-founder of the business software maker, is working his last day today, a VMware spokeswoman said on Tuesday. He plans to resume teaching at Stanford University.
The company declined to comment on the status of a replacement for Rosenblum.
His departure comes one week after VMware's top executive for product development, Richard Sarwal, resigned to return to rival Oracle Corp ORCL.O.
Reporting by Franklin Paul; Editing by Steve Orlofsky
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