Raduchel was named â€œCTO of the Yearâ€ in 2001 by Infoworld magazine.
Raduchel was executive vice president (EVP) and chief technology officer of AOL Time Warner, Inc. Prior to AOL, Raduchel served as chief strategy officer and an executive committee member for Sun Microsystems, Inc. In his eleven years at Sun, Raduchel also held positions as chief information officer, chief financial officer, acting vice president of human resources and vice president of corporate planning and development and oversaw relationships with major Japanese partners. In addition, he has held senior executive roles at Xerox Corporation and McGraw-Hill, Inc.
Raduchel was a past professor of Economics at Harvard University and holds several issued and pending patents. After attending Michigan Technological University, which gave him an honorary doctorate in 2002, Raduchel received his undergraduate degree in economics from Michigan State University and earned his A.M. and Ph.D. degrees in economics at Harvard. In both the fall and spring of 2003 he was the Castle Lecturer on Computer Science at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
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