The revolving door at software giant CA, formerly Computer Associates, continues to spin, this time with the companys head of worldwide sales departing.
The Islandia, N.Y.-based company, whose products help businesses manage large computer installations, said on June 5 that Gregory Corgan, executive vice president of worldwide sales, was leaving the company.
In May, chief financial officer Robert Davis left the company. Also in May, chief technology officer Mark Barrenechea said he was leaving CA to join venture firm Garnett & Helfrich. And in April, chief operating officer Jeff Clarke resigned to run the travel services division at Cendant Corp.
The departures have made chief executive John Swainsons efforts to restore confidence following an accounting scandal all the more difficult. In 2004, CA admitted it had improperly inflated revenue figures for several years. In the wake of that admission, former CEO Sanjay Kumar pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and securities fraud charges.