Symbol CEO to Take Top Post at NCR
New York City, Former Symbol Technologies CEO William Nuti will take charge of NCR Corp. on Aug. 8. Nutti will replace James Ringler, who had been serving as interim CEO since Mark Hurd left to lead Hewlett-Packard in March. Symbol named Sal Iannuzzi, its chief administrative officer and CFO, as interim president and CEO. Symbol also retained Heidrick & Struggles to assist in a search for a permanent CEO.
OfficeMax Names New Board Member
Itasca, Ill., Monte R. Haymon, retired chairman of Sappi Fine Paper North America, has been elected to serve on the OfficeMax board of directors.
Haymon was elected to the class of OfficeMax directors whose terms expire at the 2006 annual meeting. He will serve on the audit and executive compensation committees.
Winn-Dixie Sells Prescription Records
Jacksonville, Fla., Bankrupt Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. is selling the records of thousands of customers who once filled prescriptions at 139 of its supermarkets that are closing.
In federal bankruptcy court yesterday, the judge approved the sale of prescription records to 10 companies for approximately $16.5 million. The competitors will also receive the inventories of the closing Winn-Dixie pharmacies at cost.
CVS Corp. bought the most, obtaining the records from 62 stores for $6.4 million.