CEO Suffers Spinal Cord Injury Steps Down
|CEO Steps Down Due to Spinal Cord Injury|
President & CEO, Jonathan Ayers of IDEXX Laboratories Inc. (Nasdaq: IDXX) who suffered spinal cord injuries as a result of a bicycle accident, recently announced his departure as CEO. Mr. Ayers served as President & CEO since 2002 and was responsible for the exponentiation growth of the Maine-based company. As a result, Mr. Ayers' total compensation for 2018 was reportedly over $6.8 million. IDEXX Laboratory, the veterinary diagnostics company, employs over 8,000 individuals in 175 countries and has a market value of roughly $23 billion.
Jonathon Mazelsky, the former executive vice president at IDEXX Laboratories, has been named as Mr. Ayers' successor.
To learn more about the organization and former CEO, check out the full story here.
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