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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Mari Baker next week will leave her job as CEO and president of Navigenics, where she served since the company started in 2007, according to Navigenics. Baker has taken on the job of CEO of an entertainment and video game company called Playfirst.

While the company searches for a replacement, board members Dana Mead and Sue Siegel will manage the business. Baker will continue to serve as a board member.

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