A Stock Price Dip Is Personal For Harvard Bioscience s David Green | GenomeWeb

David Green, the president of Harvard Bioscience, takes it personally when the company’s stock price takes a swan dive, like it did in May after the company announced disappointing first-quarter results.

He said that plunge cost him $10 million.

But, tell him that loss is only on paper, and the look you get will convince you of the pain he has incurred.

Green and Chane Graiziano acquired HBIO in 1996 and took it public in 2000, and today still hold some 18 percent of company stock.

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