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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Former PerkinElmer Chairman and CEO Gregory Summe has joined The Carlyle Group as vice chairman of global buyout, a new position. Summe started his term at PerkinElmer in 1998 as president and COO, and before that he worked at AlliedSignal, General Aviation Avionics, General Electric, and McKinsey & Co. Before joining The Carlyle Group, Summe was serving as a senior advisor to Goldman Sachs.

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