Barry B White has resigned as OnMobile Global director with effect from August 14, 2014, the company has informed BSE. It notes that White has resigned since his other commitments made it difficult for him to attend Board and Committee meetings of OnMobile in India regularly. White had joined the company board in October 2013 as an Independent Non-Executive Additional Director. Prior to this, he was serving as the US ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway for four years. Before that, he was the Chairman and Managing Partner of Boston-based law firm Foley Hoag LLP for more than 13 years. He's also apparently worked closely with President Barrack Obama during his presidential campaign in 2008. Changes in OnMobile Management White's resignation comes at a time when OnMobile has witnessed quite a few changes in its management including key resignations: - OnMobile Co-founder Mouli Raman had stepped down as the managing director and CEO in May this year. He had also resigned from OnMobile board a month later. - Rajiv Pancholy was appointed as the CEO of OnMobile Global in May this year and given additional charge of managing director in June this year. - OnMobile Systems Inc president and CEO Francois Charles Sirois had been appointed as an additional director on the board. Note that OnMobile Systems is currently the largest shareholder in OnMobile Global with 43.46% stake. - OnMobile CFO Rajesh Kunnath had resigned in February. Kunnath left to pursue another opportunity, and as per his LinkedIn profile he has returned to Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd. - Rentala Chandrashekhar, an Independent director on…
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