Culp


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Culp

(kŭlp),
Ormond S., U.S. urologist, 1910-1977. See: Culp pyeloplasty.
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Culp reported a per-share profit of 17 cents when it published results during the same quarter last year.
Chief Culp is not only the only police chief in Washington State to publicly take the stand he has, he was also the first law-enforcement officer of any type in the state to do so.
The buoyant stock reaction on Thursday is a testament to the long leash investors are willing to give Culp and their jubilation at a lack of material new surprises.
"Leadership is about believing in the good and the possibilities in the people, and creating spaces in the culture for that good, that sense of genius to come out of them," Culp said.
Culp revealed that GE decided to break up the Life Sciences unit since the biopharma business is distinct from the pharmaceutical diagnostics business.
"One of my top priorities is positioning our businesses to win, starting with GE Power," Culp said in a statement.
Culp, 55, served as CEO and president of Danaher Corporation from 2000 to 2014.
"Sometimes the questions are too complex to thoroughly answer in writing and would be easier to answer in a phone call or in person," Culp said.
According to the AFP-Public Affairs Office, this year's CULP Exchange is hosted by the Guam National Guard (GUNG) UOG Army ROTC program.
In her presentation, Culp pointed out that 20% of a credit union's members typically drive 150% of its income, with the other 80% costing the credit union money.
Tim Culp said becoming too complacent at one point in his career at Wal-Mart was his greatest mistake; that's because he should always be learning new things.