B&L’s CEO Resigns

January 08, 2001 Posted by CL Today


William Carpenter, who had been Bausch & Lomb’s (B&L) chief executive officer since January 1997, resigned, effective immediately, for personal reasons, according to a company statement. B&L appointed William Waltrip its CEO while it conducts an external search for a successor. Waltrip has been on the company’s board of directors since 1985, and has previously served as Chairman and interim CEO.

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