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Zander Named to NetSuite Board

He will serve on the board’s compensation committee & its nominating & governance committee

Former Sun president Ed Zander has suddenly resurfaced on the NetSuite board. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison owns most of the on-demand rival and Oracle is buying Sun. NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson also used to work for Zander at Sun. Zander, who was ousted as CEO of Motorola after leaving Sun, will serve on the board's compensation committee and its nominating and governance committee. Zander also serves on the Netezza and Seagate boards. NetSuite just got its biggest contract to date, 9,000 seats, and has signed contracts with Siemens and Software AG.

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