William Sullivan, Ned Barnholt, James Cullen, Marijn Dekkers, Guy Broadbent, Marc Casper, Seth Hoogasian, Peter Wilver, Susan Nemetz, Elizabeth Fago | GenomeWeb

William Sullivan, the new president and CEO of Agilent Technologies, will receive an annual salary of $850,000 as well as an incentive bonus equivalent to 80 percent of his salary, increasing to 100 percent on May 1, the company said in an SEC filing on March 1, when Sullivan began his new position replacing Ned Barnholt, who retired.

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