Symantec CEO appointed to president's board

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Symantec CEO Enrique Salem has been named to President Obama's Management Advisory Board, a panel created last year to provide advice on how to implement best practices related to management and operation issues within the government, the White House announced Thursday. Nine other business executives were appointed to the board, including Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, and Greg Brown, CEO of Motorola Solutions. The group was scheduled to hold its first meeting on Friday. – AM

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