Supply chain management company J.D. Edwards and Co. on Thursday named Robert Dutkowsky as president and chief executive officer, replacing company founder C. Edward McVaney, who is retiring.
Denver-based J.D. Edwards said Dutkowsky, who joined the company from Teradyne, will also become chairman of its board in March, after its annual meeting. McVaney will hold the job until then.
Dutkowsky had been president of a division of Teradyne.
Shares in J.D. Edwards closed up 1.7 percent at $16.17 on Nasdaq. Their 52-week high is $19.25 and their 52-week low is $6.
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