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3M names vice president Inge Thulin to replace George Buckley as chief

The company's chief operating officer will take over as president and CEO starting Feb. 24. The announcement ends speculation that 3M's board would waive the company's mandatory-retirement rule and allow Buckley, 65, to stay on.
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The company's chief operating officer will take over as president and CEO starting Feb. 24. The announcement ends speculation that 3M's board would waive the company's mandatory-retirement rule and allow Buckley, 65, to stay on.

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