Randolph C. Blazer, the chairman and chief executive of BearingPoint, who led the former KPMG Consulting unit through its split with KPMG LLP and its transition to a public company, has resigned.

Blazer, who resigned suddenly Wednesday, had served as CEO since April 2000 and as chairman of the board since February 2001. The company, which didn't give a reason for Blazer's departure, said that board member Roderick C. McGeary, 53, will serve as chairman and CEO while it looks for a permanent successor.

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