Ferguson was in the running for chairman
, but he wasn't Bush's man," says Mark Vitner, director and senior economist at Wachovia Corp.
Cox select an individual with similar background to Nicolaisen--a public accountant and auditor?
The rise in asset prices against the backdrop of a stable inflation rate--a situation that to a certain extent resembles that of Japan in the late 1980s--has this author taking careful note of Chairman
Sexton, president, New York University, New York, New York, renamed chairman
Siderow, who served by his side as vice chairman
for a year, to counsel and familiarize him with the duties of chairman
McKeon will be back as chairman
of the Education and Work Force Subcommittee on 21st Century Competitiveness, which deals with job training and higher education.
As Vice Chairman
Commissioner Thomas Moore assumed the role of Acting Chairman
after the Nov.
Martin will work with Edmund Tse, AIG's senior vice chairman
for life insurance.
must exhibit the ability to set a sensible course toward a reasonable objective and to direct an organization in following the course.
Well, the Republican chairman
was none other than Jake Garn.
Johnson, who served as vice Chairman
of the Federal Reserve from 1986 to 1990.
Larkin Martin, Managing Agent, Martin Farm, Courtland, Alabama, named deputy chairman