My first preference for the next Chairman
of the Fed is Alan Greenspan
Jerry Lewis, R-Redlands, who will retain his post as chairman
of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, which oversees Pentagon spending.
He and the other members of FEI's Office of the Chairman
are stressing this important quality in everything from member benefits to the new structure governing the institute.
Dennis Beresford's term as the FASB"s chairman
will end June 30, and, given the term limits of the position, he is not eligible to be considered for reappointment.
Sumner Redstone, his son Brent, and Wayne Huizenga (CEO of Blockbuster and scheduled to become vice chairman
of Viacom) can hardly be called independent "outside" directors, as the term usually is applied.
Senator Jake Garn: I was chairman
of the full committee for six years.
E[acute accent]"Jim has been a tremendous asset to Cisco for many years, providing seasoned leadership counsel and a deep understanding of technology investment cycles and innovation strategies from his decades of experience at the helm of Applied Materials," said John Morgridge, chairman
of the board, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Should it be an independent, outside director as the British do it, and if so, should the chairman
be elected by the stockholders?
Sune Carlsson was elected Chairman
of the Board and Jacob Wallenberg Vice Chairman
Simon de Pury is to become Chairman
of the group and Daniella Luxembourg will become President.
David Pierpont Gardner, recently retired president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and president emeritus of the University of California and the University of Utah, has been elected chairman
of the Board of Trustees of the J.
Zimmerman as chairman
and chief executive officer, succeeding Allen Questrom, who is leaving in May after a 30-year career with Federated.