EMPLOYMENT: Exiting Executives

John J. Burke and Joseph M. Segel have been running multimillion-dollar businesses, but they run them no more. Burke, 50, spent last week with his family, skiing on their favorite mountain, Ajax, at Aspen, Colo. Three weeks ago he resigned unexpectedly as president and chief executive of Automation Industries Inc., after "a difference in philosophy" with the company's founder-chairman. Segel, 42, prepared to leave the Franklin Mint, the world's largest producer of coins and medals for collectors, which he founded. He retires this week as chairman, five years after he voluntarily began easing out so that...

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