Answered By: Jim Shaw Last Updated: May 06, 2015 Views: 239
Mr. Rusckowski keeps a low profile. You will likely need to search several databases to piece together information about him.
These four databases should prove helpful:
You can connect to the databases by clicking the links here, or by going through the All Databases A-Z directory linked from the Research Tools column on the left side of the Criss Library homepage.
The databases include field filters to restrict searches to names, or they have directory/biographical files designed specifically for name searches.
Mr. Rusckowski's last name is very distinctive, so I recommend you search just his last name. His first name sometimes appears as "Stephen" and sometimes as "Steve," and searching just his last name avoids missing items because of the variation in his first name.
Here is a paragraph I found in the Research People file in LexisNexis Academic:
SGA Executive Tracker, 11-26-2012
Before joining Philips Steve Rusckowski held numerous management positions with the healthcare division of Hewlett-Packard/Agilent Technologies. He was the General Manager of Agilent s Healthcare Solutions Group when Philips acquired this business in 2001. Mr. Rusckowski was previously the CEO of the Imaging Systems business group of Philips Healthcare. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer Philips Healthcare and member of the Group Management Committee on November 1, 2006. On April 1, 2007 he became a member of the Board of Management. Mr. Rusckowski was born in 1957 in the United States and holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a degree in management science from the Mass Institute of Technology (MIT). He is married and has two children. Memberships Board of Directors at MedQuist since February 2002 Board of Directors Project Hope Board of Directors Massachusetts High Tech Council
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