Cabot CEO Resigns a Month After Suffering A Stroke
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Cabot CEO Resigns Months After Suffering a Stroke
Patrick M. Prevost, president and CEO of Cabot Corp, a leading U.S. chemical firm, announced his resignation, citing a stroke that he suffered.
"I would love to continue to lead this extraordinary organization," Prevost said, "but while I continue to focus on my recovery, I am unable to devote the time required to be as effective as I would like."
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