PALO ALTO, Calif.— SurveyMonkey has named a Hewlett-Packard Co. executive to take over for CEO David Goldberg, who died in May while vacationing in Mexico. Bill Veghte, who was chief operating officer at HP, will become SurveyMonkey's CEO on Aug. 1, the company said Tuesday. He most recently led HP's enterprise group and has held executive posts at Microsoft Corp..» Read More
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