Steven Richvalsky, John Stuelpnagel, Mark Chee | GenomeWeb

Steven Richvalsky, executive vice president and chief financial officer at Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Genomic Solutions, plans to stay with the company through the formal closing process of its pending merger with Harvard Bioscience, which was announced last week, but has no concrete plans to stay beyond that time. “From today on, I will be flexible in terms of the opportunities that may come before me,” Richvalsky said.

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