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5 Things You Need To Know About Lexmark’s New CEO

The new CEO is an electrical engineer who climbed the corporate ladder from product development to the corner office.

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4. Back On Solid Ground

Lexmark has not had steady leadership since former CEO Paul Rooke – who spent 25 years with the company and held the top job for six years -- left in November 2016.

After that happened, David Reeder was named CEO. Reeder left in June 2017 –citing personal reasons in -- and four months later Rich Geruson (pictured) took over. Geruson - a 38-year technology veteran, resigned Nov. 20, 2018, also citing “personal reasons,” according to a statement.

This was Geruson’s third stint as a CEO. He held the corner office at Phoenix Technologies for six years between 2011 and 2017, and at VoiceSignal in Woburn, Mass. for four years between 2003 and 2007.

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