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Sigma-Aldrich Declares Dividend; Elects Directors

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sigma-Aldrich yesterday said that its board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $.13 per share.
The St. Louis-based firm said that the dividend is payable on June 13 to shareholders of record on May 30.
In addition, Sigma said that several of its directors were re-elected to the board. Among them were CEO Jai Nagarkatti, Chariman David Harvey, W. Lee McCollum, Avi Nash, Steven Paul, J. Pedro Reinhard, Timothy Sear, D. Dean Spatz, and Barrett Toan. Rebecca Bergman, vice president for science and technology at Medtronic, was elected to her first term as a director of Sigma.
William O’Neill retired as a director after serving in that capacity for 21 years.

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