William J. (Bill) Teuber Jr. is the former Vice Chairman of EMC Corporation, where he held the role from May 2006 until September 2016, when Dell Technologies acquired the company.
As Vice Chairman of EMC, Teuber focused on strategy and business development in emerging markets and assisted with government relations. In addition, he sponsored EMC’s largest customer accounts and worked closely with EMC Chairman and CEO Joe Tucci and the company’s executive team to develop future leaders of the company. From 2006 to 2012, he oversaw EMC’s global sales and distribution organization, responsible for driving EMC’s growth and market leadership worldwide. In addition, he was EMC’s Chief Financial Officer from 1996 to 2006, responsible for the global financial operations of EMC’s consolidated business worldwide, including financial planning and reporting, balance sheet management, foreign exchange, audit, tax, treasury, investment banking, governance and investor relations programs.
Teuber is a member of the board of directors of CRH, a global diversified building materials group based in Ireland, of Popular Inc, a diversified financial services company based in Puerto Rico that includes Banco Popular as a holding, where he serves as Lead Independent Director, and of Inovalon Inc., a leading healthcare technology company based in Bowie, Maryland. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of The College of the Holy Cross, located in Worcester, Massachusetts.
He holds an MBA degree from Babson College, a Master of Science in Taxation from Bentley College, and a Bachelor’s degree from The College of the Holy Cross.