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After One Month in Role, Texas Instruments CEO Ousted for Personal Conduct

The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Texas Instruments chief executive and president Brian Crutcher has been removed from his position after violations of the company’s code of conduct.

Reporter Melissa Repko writes: “The Dallas-based semiconductor company said in a news release Tuesday that the violations were related to personal conduct and did not affect the company’s operations or its finances. It did not give details about the violation. But it appears the board acted after receiving a claim that it investigated, according to a video shared with employees.”

The company’s chairman and former CEO, Rich Templeton, has reassumed the role vacated with Crutcher’s sudden departure.

The Morning News also published a commentary titled “Why won’t Texas Instruments say more about CEO’s exit? It could be legal, cultural or worse.”

Read the Dallas News article.

 

 

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