John Rando, senior vice president and general manager of Compaq services announced his resignation today, the fourth executive to leave the company in three weeks.
A company statement did not give any reason for Rando's exit, but US reports said he had left to pursue "personal interests" and that his departure had nothing to do with the current shake up underway at Compaq following chief executive Eckhard Pfeiffer's resignation last month.
Rando moved over to Compaq when the company purchased Digital, where he was senior vice president of the company's services division.
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