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McAfee

(McAfee, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, www.mcafee.com) A leading provider of security software and subsidiary of Intel. McAfee Associates was founded by John McAfee in 1989 for antivirus software, and Network General was founded in 1986 by Leonard Shustek and Harry Saal. Network General developed the Sniffer line of network analyzers. In 1997, McAfee and Network General merged to become Network Associates.

The year Network Associates was formed, it acquired the popular PGP encryption software from Phil Zimmerman, but later sold it to the newly formed PGP Corporation (see PGP). In 2004, the company returned to its roots, selling its Sniffer business to investors who would recreate Network General and rename itself McAfee, Inc. In 2011, McAfee was acquired by Intel.
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MacAfee added that every aircraft had built-in contingency plans detailing the places a plane could possibly land in case of an emergency.
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(45.) See Brynjolfsson and Macafee (2014) and Friedman (2016) for discussions of how these changes might accelerate over time.
Within the new framework, Bill Fleishman will continue in his current position as chief executive officer of Cone, reporting into Brad MacAfee, CEO of Porter Novelli.
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Studies by Macaulay (1991) and Macafee (1994) suggest that Scots is also a complicated language, not easily understood; the language presents too many individual idiosyncrasies and variables to neatly align to a specific Labovian (1966) analytical approach for example (Macafee in Jones 1997: 514).
Barton 291-7 (M Jobling 72, D Macafee 34, M Kearney 64, G Jameson 72), Oxbridge 167-7 (I Sutherland 51, C Jones 37, Ravi 38, S Martin 4-36).
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