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January 21, 2010 at 12:58 PM

Atigeo hires ex Windows VP Jawad Khaki, former Vulcan CFO

Bellevue enterprise business-intelligence company Atigeo announced a few notable hires today, including Microsoft Windows VP Jawad Khaki, who is now Atigeo’s chief technology officer and executive vice president of engineering.

The comapny also hired Nathaniel “Buster” Brown as its chief financial officer. Brown was previously CFO for Vulcan, Paul Allen’s Seattle-based holding company.

Khaki, who worked on the Windows team since Windows 95 and most recently led its hardware ecosystem group, left Microsoft last summer. Here’s his Microsoft press photo:

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Comments | Topics: atigeo, jawad khaki, Microsoft

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