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TECHNOLOGY

<i> Times Staff and Wire Reports</i>

Wonderware Founder Resigns: Dennis R. Morin, the software designer who founded Wonderware Corp. eight years ago and built it into one of the nation’s fastest growing companies, resigned to pursue a leisurely lifestyle he can now afford. Morin, 49, said he is turning over control of the Irvine-based company, which makes software used in factory automation, to Roy H. Slavin as part of a transition that had been planned for months. Morin picked Slavin, 50, last July to be president and chief operating officer of Wonderware. Slavin was previously chief executive of Siemens Industrial Automation in Georgia.


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