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Renaissance Learning CEO focuses on building upon company's foundations

11:01 PM, Jan. 21, 2013
Jack Lynch
Jack Lynch
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This is part of a weekly Daily Tribune Q&A series.

Following numerous changes at Renaissance Learning, including the 2011 sale of the Wisconsin Rapids-based education technology provider, the company recently selected Jack Lynch as its new chief executive officer.

Daily Tribune Media recently spoke with Lynch, who took the reins of the company Nov. 5, succeeding former CEO Glenn James. Lynch talked about his first two months as Renaissance Learning's chief executive and his thoughts about the company's future. ...

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