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SBI names CFO: Small Bone Innovations appoints Steve Ward as CFO - a new position for the firm. Robert Churinetz and Thomas Loring join SBI's senior management team as VP-worldwide manufacturing & operations and VP-worldwide product development, respectively. The trio bring a significant body of experience in the medical device field - coming from Thoratec, Wright Medical and Osteotech - and particular familiarity with running international operations, SBI says. Shawn Huxel, Scott Ludecker, Jill Pflieger and Nick Pachuda were promoted to VP spots in worldwide technology development & business development, lower limb sales, upper limb worldwide marketing and global medical education & training, correspondingly...

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