December 18, 2008 NCR Corporation 1700 South Patterson Boulevard Dayton, Ohio 45479 Dear Mr. Massetti: (February 26th, 2009)
This letter agreement documents the changes that constitute the first amendment (the First Amendment) to the letter agreement between us dated November 19, 2007. This First Amendment amends the letter agreement as described below. All provisions of the letter agreement not modified herein shall remain in full force and effect, except as the Compensation and Human Resource Committee of the NCR Corporation Board of Directors (the Committee) has otherwise modified as documented in the minutes of the Committee.
November 19, 2007 27662 Aliso Creek Road Aliso Viejo, CA Dear Tony: (November 21st, 2007)
I am pleased to offer you the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of NCR Corporation (NCR). This offer is contingent on the approval of NCRs Board of Directors (the Board). The Board will confirm the effective date of your appointment (your Start Date), which is anticipated to be late January , 2008, following completion of your duties at your current employer. Subject to the approval of the Board, you will be a Section 16 officer of NCR. This position will be based in New York, and you will report directly to me and be a member of the NCR leadership team. Other details of the offer are set forth below.
Contract (November 13th, 2006)
EXHIBIT 10.2 QLOGIC CORPORATION CHANGE IN CONTROL SEVERANCE AGREEMENT THIS CHANGE IN CONTROL SEVERANCE AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made and entered into by and between QLogic Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), and Anthony J. Massetti (the "Executive"). RECITALS A. The Board of Directors of the Company has approved the Company entering into a severance agreement with the Executive. B. The Executive is a key executive of the Company. C. Should the possibility of a Change in Control of the Company arise, the Board believes it is imperative that the Company and the Board be able to rely upon the Executive to continue in his position, and that the Company should be able to receive and rely upon the Executive's advice, if requested, as to the best interests of the Company and its stockholders without concern that the Executive might be distracted by the