Lockheed fires incoming CEO Kubasik for alleged ethics violation
WASHINGTON Nov 9 (Reuters) - Christopher Kubasik, the incoming chief executive of Lockheed Martin, resigned on Friday after an internal ethics investigation revealed he had had an improper relationship with a subordinate, the company said.
Kubasik, who was Lockheed's chief operating officer, had been slated to become CEO in January.
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