Change in board leadership at Mylan
This article was originally published in Scrip
Mylan's co-founder and chairman, Milan Puskar, is stepping down as chairman of the board, effective immediately, and will retire as a director on October 1st. The company's board has elected its vice-chairman and CEO, Robert Coury, to succeed Mr Puskar as chairman. Rod Piatt, who has served as a member of Mylan's board of directors for the past five years, has been named vice-chairman.
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