Levy's misstep unlikely to keep him from top positions, observers say
The shadow of controversy that marred Paul Levy's last year as CEO at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center will not foreclose another leading role for an executive renowned for taking on the toughest public and business challenges, predicted those who have worked with and observed him over the decades. He is too talented to not land another top position, they said, although others said the controversy may create hurdles for the 60-year-old executive and he is not likely to end up in a top healthcare position.
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