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Mandriva: New President of Executive Board

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Dominique Loucougain will replace Arnaud Laprévote in the position of President of Executive Board (Directoire) for Mandriva France.

Mr. Dominique Loucougain has been appointed President of Executive Board of Mandriva SA, on a temporary basis replacing Arnaud Laprévote in this position. Mandriva’s Supervisory Board voted unanimously for the appointment of Mr. Loucougain who has vast experience in many large IT companies as a manager.

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