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Les actionnaires de Dolby élisent Micheline Chau au conseil d’administration

Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE : DLB) a annoncé aujourd’hui que ses actionnaires avaient élu Micheline Chau au conseil d’administration de l’entreprise à l’assemblée générale 2013 qui s’est tenue le 5 février. Mme Chau siégera également au comité d’audit de Dolby.

Mme Chau a occupé avant cela les postes de présidente, directrice de l’exploitation et directrice financière de Lucasfilm Ltd., et apporte une expérience considérable de l’industrie du divertissement à Dolby. Elle rejoint les membres actuels du conseil, Peter Gotcher (président), Kevin Yeaman, David Dolby, Nicholas Donatiello Jr., N.W. (Bill) Jasper Jr., Sanford R. Robertson, Roger S. Siboni et Avadis Tevanian Jr.

Mme Chau siège actuellement aux conseils d’administration de plusieurs entreprises privées et organismes à but non lucratif, dont la California HealthCare Foundation, où elle occupe le poste de vice-présidente. Mme Chau a siégé au conseil d’administration de Red Hat, Inc., un fournisseur de solutions logicielles open source, de novembre 2008 à août 2012. Elle a par ailleurs été membre des comités de rémunération, de mise en candidature et de gouvernance d’entreprise de Red Hat.

À propos de Dolby Laboratories

Dolby Laboratories (NYSE : DLB) est le chef de file mondial des technologies qui constituent les éléments essentiels des meilleures expériences de divertissement. Fondée en 1965 et réputée surtout pour les systèmes audio et de son ambiophonique de haute qualité qu’elle déploie dans les cinémas, les foyers et sur les appareils mobiles, la société Dolby crée des innovations qui enrichissent les divertissements au cinéma, à domicile ou en déplacement. Pour plus d’informations sur Dolby Laboratories ou sur les technologies Dolby®, veuillez consulter www.dolby.com.

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