New York (April 26, 2004) -- Kenneth Cron, former chief executive of Vivendi Universal SA's games division, has reportedly agreed to become interim CEO of troubled software maker Computer Associates International Inc., according to published reports.
Cron became a CA director in 2002. He left Vivendi Universal Games in January 2004, reportedly after he failed to find a buyer for the games unit. Previously, he served as CEO of Uproar Inc. until it was acquired by Flipside in March 2001. He then served as CEO at Flipside, a division of VUG. Prior to that, he was the president of publishing at CMP Media, where he was responsible for the company's U.S. businesses, including its print publications, trade shows/conferences and online services.
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