Spectrum's Nine Day Ceo

John Sculley is not the only one bailing out of Spectrum Information Technologies. On Mar. 30, Spectrum's new CEO, Edward Maskaly, said he would resign, citing what he called unfair media attention to the company's problems. Maskaly will leave as soon as a replacement is found. Maskaly, a director, had been given the top job nine days earlier, when Peter Caserta took a leave of absence after federal fraud charges were filed against his former financial consulting firm. Maskaly says Spectrum will begin a search for a new CEO who has a technology background--and no ties to Caserta.

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