Jonathan Schwartz is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at CareZone since March 2010. CareZone is a social utility to help individuals and families that care for children, parents or loved ones.
Prior to founding CareZone, Jonathan was the President, Chief Executive and a Director of Sun Microsystems, the Fortune 200 technology pioneer acquired by Oracle in 2010. Prior to the acquisition, Sun Microsystems pioneered many of cloud computing’s most important innovations, from the world’s most pervasive open source software platforms, to the most efficient datacenter microelectronics and systems infrastructure. Prior to leading the company as Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan was Sun’s President and Chief Operating Officer, its Executive Vice President of Software, and its Chief Strategy Officer, overseeing mergers, acquisitions and Sun’s venture capital portfolio.
Prior to Sun, Jonathan was the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Lighthouse Design, Ltd., a software company acquired by Sun in 1996.
Jonathan began his career with McKinsey & Company, Inc., and holds degrees in Mathematics and Economics from Wesleyan University.
Co-Founder & CEO
Mar, 2010 - Current (over 6 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (4)Update
B.A., Mathematics & Economics1987
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|May 27, 2016||CIO New Zealand - Google cleared of infringement in Oracle lawsuit over Java|
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|May 26, 2016||Ars Technica - Google beats Oracle—Android makes “fair use” of Java APIs|
|May 26, 2016||SiliconBeat - Google scores a win in its battle with Oracle over Java|
|May 26, 2016||Info World - Google wins retrial over its use of Java in Android|
|May 26, 2016||IT World - Google cleared of infringement in Oracle lawsuit over Java|
|May 26, 2016||PC World - Google cleared of infringement in Oracle lawsuit over Java|