Oklahoma business briefs, Nov. 6

Oklahoma business briefs, Nov. 6
Published: November 6, 2013
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3DIcon restructures leadership

Tulsa-based 3DIcon, a maker of 3-D projection display technologies, announced it has restructured its leadership. Victor F. Keen, current co-chairman of the company's board of directors, will become interim CEO. He replaces Mark Willner, who will retain a strategic consulting role with the company. “Mark has done an outstanding job of furthering our technology and establishing strategic relationships for the company. This management change will enable Mark to devote his full attention to these activities while I provide overall direction and management of the company moving forward,” Keen said in a news release. He said the company will continue to develop its technology and pursue new partnerships and government grants.

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