Does New President, COO at Guava Signify Move Away from Dx and Back to Discovery Tools? | GenomeWeb

Guava Technologies last week announced that its board of directors has elected Lawrence Bruder, the company's former vice president of corporate development and worldwide marketing, as its new president and chief operating officer.

The move comes almost six months after three-year president and CEO Rajen Dalal left Guava Technologies, due to what he said were divergent views on the company's business strategy (see CBA News, 2/8/2005).

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