Fuji CEO Tada to retire in 2010

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

January 12, 2010 -- Fujifilm Medical Systems USA president and CEO Hiroaki Tada plans to retire in 2010, according to the Stamford, CT-based company.

Tada has served with Fujifilm for more than 36 years. Prior to joining Fujifilm Medical Systems USA (FMSU), he was president and CEO of Fujifilm Graphic Systems USA.

Tada's successor will be Naohiro Fujitani, formally general manager of Fujifilm Graphic Systems in Europe. Fujitani has been with Fujifilm for the past 34 years. He began his transition to FMSU on December 28, 2009, and will be officially named the company's president and CEO in mid 2010.

Fuji has also tapped Robert Cooke as vice president and general manager of Fuji's Medical Informatics USA division. Aaron Waitz, formerly president and CEO of ProSolv Cardiovascular, has been appointed to the position of vice president, product development, in Fuji's Medical Informatics Global division. The company has also added a new vice president of human resources, Teresa Oakley.

Finally, Fujifilm announced the departure of executive vice president John Weber.

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