NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Sigma-Aldrich’s chief administrative officer and chief financial officer Michael Hogan plans to retire sometime this summer, after the company names his successor, Sigma-Aldrich said this week. Hogan said he is leaving the company to pursue volunteer and civic activities. The company has begun a search for his replacement.
 

 

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