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Intevac welcomes Luke Marusiak back as executive VP of emerging equipment

07 January 2010 | By Emma Hughes | Going Places

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Intevac has announced that Luke Marusiak will re-join the company as executive vice president of emerging equipment, where he will be responsible for Intevac's solar and semiconductor businesses. Marusiak has previously served as the company's CEO and COO.

"We are very pleased to have Luke rejoin the company in a key senior management position," commented Kevin Fairbairn, president and chief executive officer of Intevac. "Luke has a track record of delivering both strategic and operational results. He returned MDC to profitability in 2009, and at Intevac he was instrumental in leading our operational team to meet the equipment demands of the Hard Drive industry during the last upturn. Intevac has developed multiple exciting new products that are transitioning from the development phase to market delivery phase in 2010. Luke will be responsible for managing these products and growing new and significant businesses in the solar and semiconductor markets."

Marusiak will begin his new role in January 2010.


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