Alca-Lu ready to name a new CEO?

Is former Alcatel-Lucent President Mike Quigley ready to return to his one-time employer? Quigley, who was an early architect of the Alcatel-Lucent merger, has been picked by the company's nomination committee to replace CEO Pat Russo. In July, Russo and Chairman Serge Tchuruk announced they were leaving later this year. Alca-Lu declined to comment on the report.

Alca-Lu reportedly is eager to fill the leadership spot. Quigley left Alcatel-Lucent a couple of years ago, reportedly for medical reasons. 

For more:
- See this Fortune article

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