|Fate||Acquired by IBM|
|Founder(s)||Christopher J. Dawes
|Key people||Greg Brown
(CEO until 2002)
(CEO from 2003)
|Website||www.micromuse.com (redirects to IBM website)|
- This article refers to the former software company. For the online role-playing game see MicroMUSE.
In December 2002, the company chairman and chief executive officer Greg Brown announced his resignation, and his move to become executive vice president of Motorola. Brown had worked for Micromuse since 1999.
In July 2003, Lloyd Carney was named CEO and chairman of the board, replacing Mike Luetkemeyer who was the interim CEO.
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