Norwalk, Conn. (Jan. 15, 2003) -- John K. Wulff, former chief financial officer at Union Carbide and one of the driving forces behind the streamlining of the standard-setting process, has resigned from the Financial Accounting Standards Board, effective June 30.A replacement had not been named. Wulff was elected to the board because of his lengthy resume in the corporate sector.

"For over a year now I’ve wanted to get back into the private sector, and I think that now is an appropriate time for me to do that," Wulff said. "It is earlier than expected, but when I came to the board, my strength was more in the area of process and administration and less in technical expertise."

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