GE Healthcare CEO Succession: John Flannery In, John Dineen Moves On
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The lead GE business development executive John Flannery is taking over the top spot of the firm’s health care business, replacing John Dineen, who is leaving GE after seven years running Healthcare and 28 years at the company.
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