Rogers (ROG) Announces Retirement of Chief Financial Officer
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Rogers Corporation (NYSE: ROG) announced today that Michael M. Ludwig, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, intends to retire from the Company in 2021. Mr. Ludwig has not given notice of a specific retirement date and he intends to continue in his role until his successor is appointed. The process to identify a successor will begin immediately.
“I want to thank Mike for his leadership and his many contributions to Rogers,” commented Bruce D. Hoechner, Rogers’ President and CEO. “Mike has been a trusted strategic partner, helping to drive significant improvements in profitability and cash flow, while maintaining a focus on growth. We appreciate Mike continuing to drive Rogers’ strategic priorities forward and facilitating a seamless transition to his successor.”
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