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Michael Feldman, Michael Barber, Robert Green, Nancy Loewe

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Michael Feldman has been named chief executive officer at BioMicro Systems, the company said last week.
 
Feldman previously served as general manager at Northwest Toxicology, where he helped steer the company through its acquisition by LabOne in 2004. At LabOne, Feldman served as vice president of business development and led the employment services division of its clinical laboratory, BioMicro said.
 

 
GE appointed Michael Barber, Robert Green, and Nancy Loewe as vice presidents, the company said last week.
 
Barber was named the chief technology officer of GE Healthcare and a vice president of technology, diagnostic imaging. He has been the general manager of technology since May 2005 and has been with GE since 1981. He held other positions in GE Healthcare, including general manager for components engineering and general manager for global components operations.
 
Barber received his bachelors' degree in electrical engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
 
Green was named chief financial officer of GE Money, Americas, and senior vice-president. He received his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Maryland.
 
Loewe was named chief financial officer, consumer and industrial, for GE Industrial, and vice president. She received her MBA from University of Massachusetts

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