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Comet taps Cagle to lead U.S. unit

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Swiss x-ray tube manufacturer Comet AG has named David Cagle asgeneral manager of its U.S. subsidiary, which is based in Norwalk,CT. Cagle has worked for Picker International and Philips andmost recently was director of OEM and international

Swiss x-ray tube manufacturer Comet AG has named David Cagle asgeneral manager of its U.S. subsidiary, which is based in Norwalk,CT. Cagle has worked for Picker International and Philips andmost recently was director of OEM and international marketingwith Liebel-Flarsheim. The company said it intends to strengthenits presence in the U.S. market.

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