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Michael Capellas (born 1955) is the Chairman and CEO of MCI and formerly of Compaq. He left Compaq shortly after it merged with HP. 1955 (MCMLV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... MCI logo MCI, Inc. ... Compaq was a personal computer company founded in 1982 by Rod Canion, Jim Harris and Bill Murto. ... ...

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Michael Capellas at AllExperts (450 words)
Michael David Capellas (born August 19, 1955 in Warren, Ohio) was the Chairman and CEO of MCI until it was acquired by Verizon, and became Verizon Business, and formerly of Compaq.
Capellas says he inherited his gritty determination from his father, a Greek citizen who fought with the U.S. Army to push the Germans out of Italy in World War II.
In December 2002 Capellas became President and CEO of MCI, prior to joining MCI he was president of Hewlett-Packard Company.
Ex-Compaq CEO Capellas new WorldCom CEO - Nov. 15, 2002 (675 words)
Michael Capellas, the new chairman and CEO of WorldCom.
Capellas left HP Monday, accompanied by a statement from HP CEO Carly Fiorina that "we've reached a natural transition point." But investors sent shares of the computer maker 11 percent lower amid concerns over Fiorina's direction for the company without him present.
Capellas told reporters that he continues to have a good relationship with Fiorina and that he was not unhappy being the No. 2 executive at the combined company, but he had wanted to again be CEO at some point in his career.
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