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Wife Steps in to Run Business as CEO Mends

As Steven LaVoie remained in critical condition after a recently-demoted employee shot him in the head last week — it was announced Wednesday that the incapacitated CEO’s wife, Jody, will temporarily fill his shoes at the technology company he founded.

“We are fortunate that she can step in to maintain Steven’s vision for the company,” read a statement posted to ArrowStream’s website Wednesday.

“Jody will act in this capacity until ArrowStream names an Interim CEO to take over duties during Steven’s recovery. This selection process is already underway.”

ArrowStream sells supply-chain management technology to large restaurants like Wendy’s and Applebee’s.

Read more: Chicago Sun-Times

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