Syniverse CEO to retire next year

Friday 1 September 2017 | 09:50 CET | News
Syniverse has announced the retirement of president and CEO Stephen Gray from February. Gray joined Syniverse in 2011 when the company was taken over by The Carlyle Group. He became interim CEO in August 2014 and then the permanent one in February 2015. The search for a new chief has already started.

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