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August 14th, 2007
Imago Scientific Instruments is losing its chief executive officer -- and nearly one-fourth of its staff.
In what they described as unrelated events, Imago officials confirmed Tuesday that the Madison area company -- whose high-power microscopes show 3-D images of what things are made of, down to its atoms -- eliminated the jobs of about 10 of its 45 local employees in an Aug. 1 restructuring.
At the same time, CEO Timothy Stultz is leaving Imago to become president and CEO
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