New Red Hat exec has 'no reservations' about giving up a CEO job to rejoin Linux leader
Raleigh, N.C. — Tim Yeaton won't be the CEO and calling the shots as he returns to Red Hat for a second tour of duty, but the 30-year industry veteran says he is excited about the opportunity to help lead the Hatters' efforts to capitalize on opportunities in "cloud" computing. In an exclusive interview with WRALTechWire Yeaton talks about why he is returning to Raleigh, why Red Hat is so hot about the cloud, and why he isn't worried about not being the big boss....
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