NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sigma-Aldrich this week announced that it has named a new CFO and has shuffled some of its management team.
 
The firm said that Rakesh Sachdev will take over as CFO effective Nov. 17, succeeding Mike Hogan, who announced earlier this year his plan to retire. Sachdev previously served as SVP of corporate development and strategy, corporate controller, and interim CFO of ArvinMentor.
 

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