Lockheed Martin COO Ousted

Petraeus, you’re not alone. Lockheed Martin CEO-to-be Christopher Kubasik was ousted from the company Friday after it was revealed that he had a “close personal relationship with a subordinate employee,” according to a statement from the security company. Lockheed’s board of directors asked for and received a resignation from COO Kubasik, 51, who was scheduled to take over as CEO in January. The board said Kubasik’s relationship with a subordinate violates the company’s code of ethics and has already promoted someone else to replace him.