AMD is losing two more high-ranking executives.
According to BSN, senior vice president and chief information officer Mike Wolfe will be leaving the company effective Monday next week. Wolfe, 53, joined AMD in March of last year from HP, where he was vice president of information technology. Prior to HP, Wolfe held executive positions at Motorola and Freescale.
The second departure is Trevor Schulze, corporate vice president for global information technology at the company. Schulze was in charge of developing and implementing enterprise IT inside AMD with a budget of more than $100 million per year. Prior to AMD in 2008, Schulze was a senior director for engineering operations and IT at Cisco.
AMD confirmed the departure of Wolfe, but not the resignation of Schulze. However, it appears that Wolfe decided to leave on his own accord, as AMD said that it has appointed Jake Dominguez, vice president of corporate services, as "interim-CIO" until a permanent replacement is found.