J&J Device Chief Gary Pruden Retiring; Sandra Peterson Will Take On Duties
Sandra Peterson, Johnson & Johnson group worldwide chair, will take on leadership of the company’s hospital medical device business on June 1 when Gary Pruden, worldwide chair of medical devices, retires.
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