Micron President Resigns due to Health Concerns
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Micron Loses Another Executive to Unthinkable Circumstances
Mark Adams, a key executive at Micron, global leader in semi-conductor systems, announced that he will be resigning February 1st, citing unforeseen health concerns.
Adams became President in February 2012 after the death of then CEO Steve Appleton, who tragically crashed an experimental, self-assembled small plane.
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