UniPixel shares fall after CEO resigns
(Reuters) - Touch sensor film maker UniPixel Inc's (UNXL.O) shares fell as much as 18 percent after the company said Chief Executive Reed Killon has resigned on Monday.
The company said Chairman Bernard Marren and director Carl Yankowski will serve as interim co-CEOs.
In November, UniPixel said it was being investigated by the Securities and Exchanges Commission concerning agreements related to its InTouch sensors.
UniPixel shares were trading at $9.67 on the Nasdaq on Tuesday morning.
(Reporting by Soham Chatterjee; Editing by Joyjeet Das)
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