Gregory J. Clark

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Dr. Gregory J. Clark "as principal of Clark Capital Partners, advises a variety of companies and financial institutions on technology and the technology market place. He is on the Board of the ANZ Bank and James Hardie.

"Previously, from 1998 to 2000, Clark was president and chief operating officer of Loral Space & Communications, LLC, where he oversaw operations and business development at all of Loral's subsidiaries and business units covering satellite manufacturing, satellite leasing, value-added services, and network and mobile telephony.

"From 1994 to 1998, Clark was a member of the News Corp.'s Executive Committee and president of the News Technology Group. In this position he was responsible for all of News Corp.'s technology, including the worldwide integration of technical strategy and operations in the areas of print, terrestrial and satellite television, film, and on-line and Internet services. Technology companies owned by News Corp also reported to Clark.

"During a 12-year tenure at IBM, Clark was a research staff member at IBM's Research Division in Yorktown Heights, NY. Concurrently he also served as IBM's director of Science and Technology in Australia, where he was responsible for high-performance computing and communications.

"Clark holds a Ph.D. in physics from the Australian National University, and has been internationally recognized through a number of awards in science and technology, including the Pawsey Medal from the Australian Academy of Science recognising him as the most outstanding young Australian scientist in 1978. In addition, he has published more that 100 scientific papers and holds 11 patents. From 1992 until 1999, Dr. Clark was a member of the Australian Prime Minister's Science and Engineering Council. He is also a fellow of the American Physical Society and the New York Explorers Club." [1]

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  1. Gregory J. Clark, USCOM, accessed March 7, 2008.