Medtronic loses a board member to mandatory retirement clause
Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) board member Jean-Pierre Rosso must relinquish his seat at the end of this term because he reached the "mandatory retirement age" of 72, as defined in the company’s Principles of Corporate Governance. Rosso is currently a member of the company’s nominating & corporate governance and quality & technology committees.
Rosso earned a total of $220,000 in cash and stock awards for his services during 2012, according to the med-tech titan’s latest proxy documents.
Rosso’s resignation is effective August 23, according to an SEC filing.
Delcath shuffles the board
Delcath (NSDQ:DCTH) board member Robert Ladd resigned from his position this month, passing his seat to Laura Brege. The company also voted to increase the size of the board from 7 to 8 members, naming Tasks Corianders to fill the new vacancy.
Ladd will remain with the company as a consultant, according to regulatory filings.
Misonix names Christopher DeNicola its senior director of sales
Misonix (NSDQ:MSON) added Christopher DeNicola to its sales management team, naming him senior director of sales for North American neurosurgery, spine surgery and orthopedic surgery products.