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Bausch & Lomb

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Board chair William Waltrip also will serve as CEO, replacing William Carpenter, while board conducts external search for permanent chief exec, firm announces Sept. 4. Carpenter, who has led eye care maker since January 1997 (when he replaced Waltrip), is leaving for "personal reasons" during a time of slow contact lens, eye care business. B&L has retained Heidrick & Struggles to assist in its search

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Ronald Zarrella named CEO effective immediately, firm says Nov. 13. Zarrella rejoins eye care company after seven years at General Motors, most recently as exec VP/president of its North America division. He first joined B&L in 1985, rising to president/COO before leaving in 1994. He replaces William Waltrip, who temporarily assumed the post following William Carpenter's departure in September (1"The Tan Sheet" Sept. 10, p. 32)...

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Ronald Zarrella named CEO effective immediately, firm says Nov. 13. Zarrella rejoins eye care company after seven years at General Motors, most recently as exec VP/president of its North America division. He first joined B&L in 1985, rising to president/COO before leaving in 1994. He replaces William Waltrip, who temporarily assumed the post following William Carpenter's departure in September (1"The Tan Sheet" Sept. 10, p. 32)...

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