Giant's CEO Takes Leave of Absence re said that Israel Cohen, chairman and chief executive officer, has been diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, a bone marrow cell disorder. Cohen, 82, will be treated with radiation on an outpatient basis. During his treatment and convalescence, he will be absent from the company. Pete Manos, president, will assume Cohen's duties in his absence, according to a spokesman. Tomassi Sentenced in Lennon Death NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Robert Tomassi, 26, was ...

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