Islandia, N.Y. (June 7, 2004) -- Former Computer Associates International chief executive Sanjay Kumar, who stepped down from the helm of software maker amid its unfolding accounting scandal, has parted ways with the company.

CA announced Friday that Kumar, who stepped down as CEO and resigned from the board in April and took on the post of chief software architect, decided to leave the company. Both Kumar and the firm's chairman, Lewis Ranieri, say that the move is aimed at helping CA put its accounting woes behind it.

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