Invitrogen to Shuffle Sales Brass, Restructure Commissions, Consolidate Antibody Manufacturing | GenomeWeb
SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb News) — Invitrogen, hoping to reverse a $130-million third-quarter loss, will make changes to its sales force leadership and restructure its commission policy, CEO Greg Luciersaid yesterday.
Speaking to investors at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco yesterday, Lucier said Invitrogen will also consolidate its antibody manufacturing process, putting more focus on productivity, Lucier said.

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