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O'Reilly Automotive Names Greg Johnson CEO & Co-President - Quick Facts

O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. (ORLY) announced the company's leadership succession plan. Effective May 8, 2018, Greg Johnson will be promoted to Chief Executive Officer and Co-President, and Jeff Shaw will be promoted to Chief Operating Officer and Co-President.

Greg Henslee, who currently serves as the company's CEO, has been nominated as Executive Vice Chairman of the Board and will serve in that role subject to his election as a director at O'Reilly's upcoming Annual Shareholders' Meeting in May. David O'Reilly will remain in his role as Executive Chairman of the Board.

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