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Family Time

At the Toyota factory in Georgetown, KY, a worker starts the night shift after leaving her son in the homey [...]

Judith Rehak December 1 1997

Priming the Pump

At the age of 34, Hugh Miller has been chief executive of Delta Financial Corp. for seven years. Officially, that [...]

Judith Rehak November 1 1997

Driver’s Ed

Multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and sporting one of his trademark “lion” ties, Henrich Heitmann, chairman and CEO of BMW (US) Holding Corp., [...]

Judith Rehak October 1 1997

Banking On Change

What’s Charles Schwab, the discount brokerage king, doing on the cover of KeyCorp’s 1996 annual report? For that matter, why [...]

Judith Rehak June 1 1997

Card Shark

A typical Saturday afternoon finds Frank O’Connell browsing the greeting cards displays in retail stores and calling one of his [...]

Judith Rehak May 1 1997

CEO without an Office

James Hackett will never make the list of the 10 toughest bosses in America, and that’s definitely how he wants [...]

Judith Rehak March 1 1997

Sealing the Deal

The well-mannered members of the famed Beardstown Ladies’ Investment Club can be a pretty hard-nosed bunch when it comes to [...]

Judith Rehak December 1 1996

Out of The Red and Onto the Net

When William J. White, chairman and CEO of Bell & Howell, met recently with representatives from his company’s banks about [...]

Judith Rehak December 1 1996

The Boss Behind Boss

THE BOSS BEHIND BOSSCEOs tend to be a well-dressed lot, but Peter Littmann is more so than most. At a [...]

Judith Rehak November 1 1996

On Slick Marketer

Most folks would see a gap as wide as the Grand Canyon between selling a can of soup and a [...]

Judith Rehak December 1 1995

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