Category:Bruno Bonnell

English: Bruno Bonnell is a French personality, one of the founders of Infogrames Entertainment SA. A qualified chemical engineer, Bonnell received a degree in economics at the Université Paris IX. He began his long career on the Thomson TO7, one of the earliest French-produced home computers, before founding Infogrames in June 1983 at the age of 25 with Christophe Sapet and Thomas Schmider. He has been chairman and chief creative officer of the company from 1983 to April 5, 2007. He was also chief executive officer of the company – a position he has held since 1983 until a stockholder vote in 2003 showed a lack of confidence in Bonnell’s management of the company’s debts. He stepped down as CEO of Atari (while retaining his other two positions in IESA) in 2004 to be replaced by James Caparro, although he took up the position again on a temporary basis when Caparro resigned in June 2005. On September 5, 2006, David Pierce was appointed as new CEO of Atari. [1]
Français : Bruno Bonnell est le co-fondateur de la société Infogrames et ex-président des sociétés Infogrames puis Atari, né le 6 octobre 1958 à Alger. Il est depuis 2007 à la tête de Robopolis, société spécialisée dans la robotique personnelle.

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