Stryker Management Trio Poised To Restore 20% Earnings Growth By 2000
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Stryker's ability to successfully integrate Howmedica and return to historical earnings growth (20% annually the past two decades) by 2000 rests largely in the hands of three recently appointed Group Presidents - Ronald A. Elenbaas (Med-Surg), Edward "Ned" Lipes (Howmedica Osteonics U.S.) and Jack O'Mahony (Stryker International).
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