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More Juniper executives jump networker’s ship

Juniper Networks finance chief Robert Dykes and another senior executive have resigned from the company.

Juniper Networks finance chief Robert Dykes and another senior executive have resigned from the company.

The California, US-based firm said last week that Dykes would leave his post as CFO in April to become CEO of an unspecified company.

The other employee, Robert Sturgeon, executive vice president of Juniper’s Service Layer Technology Group, is to leave the company at the end of the month.

The resignations were ‘mutual decisions’, Juniper’s chief executive Scott Kriens said during a conference call.

The resignations follow the recent departure of two other Juniper directors — Kenneth Levy and Frank Marshall.

Last week Juniper also said it had filed its delayed quarterly financial reports and 2006 annual report with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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