Last month Andrew Carr, president of Amersham Biosciences, told GT readers that his main goal for the year would be to bring the “discovery systems” portion of his business into profit by 2004. Now his boss, Amersham CEO William Castell, is making it perfectly clear he agrees that Carr’s attentions should be focused on the company’s only unprofitable division: in March Castell took away the profitable half of Carr’s concern — the protein separations division — and put someone else in charge.

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