The Sales Whiz From Apple Who Couldn't Pass Go
William Campbell, the Apple Computer Inc. veteran who has headed the company's Claris Corp. software subsidiary, is job-hopping--to Go Corp., a three-year-old Foster City (Calif.) company. A longtime sales and marketing executive, Campbell, 50, arrives just in time to launch Go's first product, software for "tablet" computers that use electronic pens instead of keyboards as in most portable computers. He'll function as president and chief executive officer, running day-to-day operations while founder and former CEO S. Jerrold Kaplan becomes chairman. Technology guru Kaplan, 38, will work with computer makers who plan to build tablet PCs on which Go software can run. He'll also work with software developers who will write programs for those systems.
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