Brennan to Replace Reese as Iron Mountain CEO

Boston-based information protection and storage company Iron Mountain announced today that Richard Reese, CEO since 1981, will step down in June. Taking Reese’s place will be Bob Brennan, who joined the company in 2004 with Iron Mountain’s acquisition of Connected Corporation and has been its president and chief operating officer since 2005. Under Reese’s leadership, Iron Mountain grew from $3 million in revenue in 1981 to $2.1 billion in annualized revenue last year, and became a leader not just in secure document storage but in electronic records management. Reese will continue as the executive chairman of the company’s board.

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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One response to “Brennan to Replace Reese as Iron Mountain CEO”

  1. Mrs. Sharon Murphy says:

    My son can not claim his unemployment after
    12 years of service with Iron Mountain because
    Iron Mountain put forth trumped up charges on
    my son without showing written proof to him.

    Thanks to Iron Mountain, Eric Guenther is not
    only unemployed but Human Resources out right
    lied about his record.

    I feel he should go to the media about this and I say the sooner the better. Mrs. Murphy 561-997-8618