CareFusion's COO to leave this summer

Wright Medical wasn't the only med device company to announce an executive departure Tuesday. Dwight Winstead, CareFusion's COO, will leave the company on June 30. "Dwight and I agreed the timing was right to streamline the organization," company chairman and CEO Kieran Gallahue said in a statement. "He has been a foundational leader at CareFusion and he leaves a legacy of strong operators and industry-leading businesses. I look forward to working closely with Dwight through his transition in June and wish him well." CareFusion release

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