NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sequenom has settled with its former CEO Harry Stylli who had made an arbitration demand with the company, Sequenom said in its Form 10-Q filed this week. Stylli made the demand in September seeking more than $1.6 million in damages. He alleged the firm fired him without cause and breached his employment agreement by failing to pay him severance benefits.

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