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MySQL To Seek Nasdaq Listing?

Hires "Heavyweight" CFO; Dennis Wolf Will Be Headquartered in the US

MySQL AB has hired a heavyweight as CFO saying he's been brought it to help manage growth.

Dennis Wolf (pictured), who will be headquartered in the US and report to CEO Mårten Mickos, was managing director and CFO of Hercules Technology Growth Capital, a provider of debt and equity growth capital to technology and life sciences companies. While there, he took the company public on the Nasdaq, suggesting that's what MySQL has in mind.

Wolf has also been CFO or a senior executive at Omnicell, Redback Networks and Credence Systems Corporation and has served in executive management roles at Sun and Apple. He is currently on the board of Vitria Technology and Komag Inc.

He will be responsible for MySQL's worldwide finance, internal IT, accounting, HR, legal and administrative operations.

Wolf's predecessor Hans von Bell has become VP, finance EMEA, the company said.


This report is based on a story that appeared originally in ClientServerNews (http://www.clientservernews.com/).

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