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Asyst CEO resigns

30 April 2009 | By Mark Osborne | Going Places

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Stephen Schwartz

Asyst Technologies Chief Executive Officer, President and Chair of the Board, Stephen Schwartz has resigned from the company is has been revealed through an SEC filing yesterday. The company has recently entered into voluntary Chapter 11 receivership and is to be delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange. The company is also up for sale.

According to the SEC filing, Schwartz, announced his resignation on April, 26, with effect backdated to April 20, 2009.

In the same filing, Paula LuPriore, Asyst’s COO has been appointed by the company as Chief Restructuring Officer.

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