San Jose business group may have violated rules in CEO hiring

Silicon Valley’s powerful chamber of commerce announced its new CEO a week before its Board of Directors could vote to approve it—an apparent violation of its bylaws.

And now some of the group’s top leaders are questioning the hiring process and calling it flawed.

The Silicon Valley Organization, plagued by months of scandal over a racist image posted on its website, announced April 13 it had hired Derrick Seaver—a former SVO executive—to lead the organization. The decision came after former CEO Matt Mahood resigned abruptly in October, days after the campaign ad…

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