Paul Meister said this week that he will not stand for reelection as chairman of the board of Thermo Fisher Scientific at the firm’s annual meeting on May 15. In anticipation of his retirement, Meister has already relinquished his position as chairman. The firm did not say whether any of the other directors have assumed his duties.
 
Thermo Fisher said it expects to identify a new director prior to its upcoming meeting.
 

 

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