Bulldog Names Carl Wolf, Chairman; Former Sun Microsystems Executive to Lead Bulldog Board of Directors

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Bulldog Group

    TORONTO, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Chris Strachan, Chief Executive Officer
 of the Bulldog Group Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Carl Wolf,
 former Vice President of Corporate Development at Sun Microsystems Inc., as
 chairman of the Bulldog board of directors.
     Spanning 25 years, Mr. Wolf's career is marked by his strategic vision and
 understanding of the technology market.  Recently retired from Sun
 Microsystems, Mr. Wolf dedicated more than a decade to expanding and
 developing business in support of Sun's overall corporate strategy.  In his
 most recent role as Vice President of Corporate Development, Mr. Wolf was
 responsible for the company's mergers and acquisitions, and venture and
 strategic investments.  In this role he completed 13 acquisitions and 10
 minority equity investments.
     "I am extremely pleased to have Carl assume the role of chairman," said
 Mr. Strachan.  "We are fortunate to have an individual of Carl's caliber take
 an active role in Bulldog.  Finding such depth of strategic and operating
 experience in one person is rare."
     Mr. Wolf graduated with distinction from the Harvard Business School's MBA
 program in 1971.  Beginning his career as a consultant specializing in
 corporate strategy at the Boston Consulting Group, Mr. Wolf soon moved on to a
 merger and acquisition and venture capital role as a Principal at Xerox
 Development Corporation.  In 1981, Mr. Wolf accepted the position of President
 of Interactive Data Corporation and Senior Vice President of Chase Manhattan
 Bank.  In 1985, Mr. Wolf's entrepreneurial spirit and his technological
 insight led him to become one of the founders of Gold Hill Computers Inc., a
 leading provider of software tools for developing artificial intelligence
 applications.  Mr. Wolf joined the Sun Microsystems in 1989.
     A member of Bulldog's board of directors since 1999, Mr. Wolf's extensive
 experience and his understanding of Bulldog's vision make him the perfect
 choice to chair Bulldog's board.  "Digital Asset Management is poised to
 become one of the next major high-growth sectors of the software market, and
 Bulldog is leading the way," stated Mr. Wolf.  "I am delighted to be
 associated with such a bright and talented team."
 
     About The Bulldog Group
     Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with offices in New York, Los Angeles,
 and London, The Bulldog Group develops software applications that provide
 clients with an enterprise platform to ingest, store, browse, manage, and
 distribute any kind of digital media content -- including video, audio and
 documents -- within an enterprise and outward, through multiple channels of
 delivery including the Internet, broadcast and Interactive TV.  Bulldog's
 customers include Sony Pictures Entertainment, Microsoft Studios, and Open
 Interactive.  For further information, please visit www.bulldog.com
 
     For more information, please contact: James Finch, Media Relations of
 The Bulldog Group, 310-244-2830, jfinch@bulldog.com.
 
 

SOURCE The Bulldog Group
    TORONTO, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Chris Strachan, Chief Executive Officer
 of the Bulldog Group Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Carl Wolf,
 former Vice President of Corporate Development at Sun Microsystems Inc., as
 chairman of the Bulldog board of directors.
     Spanning 25 years, Mr. Wolf's career is marked by his strategic vision and
 understanding of the technology market.  Recently retired from Sun
 Microsystems, Mr. Wolf dedicated more than a decade to expanding and
 developing business in support of Sun's overall corporate strategy.  In his
 most recent role as Vice President of Corporate Development, Mr. Wolf was
 responsible for the company's mergers and acquisitions, and venture and
 strategic investments.  In this role he completed 13 acquisitions and 10
 minority equity investments.
     "I am extremely pleased to have Carl assume the role of chairman," said
 Mr. Strachan.  "We are fortunate to have an individual of Carl's caliber take
 an active role in Bulldog.  Finding such depth of strategic and operating
 experience in one person is rare."
     Mr. Wolf graduated with distinction from the Harvard Business School's MBA
 program in 1971.  Beginning his career as a consultant specializing in
 corporate strategy at the Boston Consulting Group, Mr. Wolf soon moved on to a
 merger and acquisition and venture capital role as a Principal at Xerox
 Development Corporation.  In 1981, Mr. Wolf accepted the position of President
 of Interactive Data Corporation and Senior Vice President of Chase Manhattan
 Bank.  In 1985, Mr. Wolf's entrepreneurial spirit and his technological
 insight led him to become one of the founders of Gold Hill Computers Inc., a
 leading provider of software tools for developing artificial intelligence
 applications.  Mr. Wolf joined the Sun Microsystems in 1989.
     A member of Bulldog's board of directors since 1999, Mr. Wolf's extensive
 experience and his understanding of Bulldog's vision make him the perfect
 choice to chair Bulldog's board.  "Digital Asset Management is poised to
 become one of the next major high-growth sectors of the software market, and
 Bulldog is leading the way," stated Mr. Wolf.  "I am delighted to be
 associated with such a bright and talented team."
 
     About The Bulldog Group
     Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with offices in New York, Los Angeles,
 and London, The Bulldog Group develops software applications that provide
 clients with an enterprise platform to ingest, store, browse, manage, and
 distribute any kind of digital media content -- including video, audio and
 documents -- within an enterprise and outward, through multiple channels of
 delivery including the Internet, broadcast and Interactive TV.  Bulldog's
 customers include Sony Pictures Entertainment, Microsoft Studios, and Open
 Interactive.  For further information, please visit www.bulldog.com
 
     For more information, please contact: James Finch, Media Relations of
 The Bulldog Group, 310-244-2830, jfinch@bulldog.com.
 
 SOURCE  The Bulldog Group