From ABCnews.com: ‘Bodies’ CEO Resigns After ’20/20′ Report
The CEO of a company that runs a controversial exhibit of “plasticized” Chinese bodies, Premier Exhibitions, has resigned, according to an SEC filing by the company.
Arnie Geller submitted his resignation in March, weeks after a “20/20” report on the company’s practices triggered an inquiry by the New York attorney general’s office. The company, which never announced the change in management in a press release according to a review of its Web site, said Geller’s resignation was not connected to the questions raised about the human bodies or to Geller’s appearance on “20/20.”
UPDATE: As a commenter on this blog pointed out, thatÂ Bruce Eskowitz was actually appointed CEO in September 1, 2007. Â This can be seen in the Form 8-K filed by Premier Exhibitions.