Rubinstein, Father of WebOS, Leaves HP
Jan 27, 2012, 12:04 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Jon Rubinstein, former CEO of Palm, has left HP, reports AllThingsD. Rubinstein spearheaded Palm's development of webOS and associated smartphones in its attempt to regain its lost status as a premiere smartphone purveyor. Rubinstein continued to lead the Palm unit within HP once the acquisition took place, but was eventually moved to other roles after HP decided to kill off its smartphone and tablet businesses. Rubinstein has completed a commitment to remain with the company for a specific amount of time. He has no immediate plans.
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Statement from Hewlett Packard
"We'd like to thank John for his years of service. It has become apparent that John has expressed his desire to create leading-edge innovative products and platforms that customers enjoy. We have no interest in tha
Because you seem to be quite a One Note Johnny.