Texas Instruments CEO resigns on personal conduct findings

John Leonard
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Brian Crutcher's short-lived tenure ends in circumstances that are still unclear

Brian Crutcher, the recently installed CEO and president of chipmaker Texas Instruments, has resigned on issues of personal conduct. Crutcher will be replaced by chairman Rich Templeton who will...

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