Norman E. Alexander, 79, was named chairman of Chock Full O’Nuts Corp. in New York. The chairman and CEO of [...]
May 1 1994 by Chief Executive
Norman E. Alexander, 79, was named chairman of Chock Full O’Nuts Corp. in
James Benson, 47, was named president of Equitable Cos. unit, Equitable Life Assurance Co. of the
Robert C. Buhrmaster, 46, president and chief operating officer of Jostens Inc. in
Royce S. Caldwell, 55, was named president and chief executive of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., the telephone unit of Southwestern Bell Corp. in
Richard E. Clemens, 44, was named president and chief executive of mining, construction, and logging equipment maker Terex Corp.’s Clark Material Handling Co. in
Robert J. DiNicola, 46, was named chief executive of The Zale Corp., a Dallas-based jewelry retailer. The former CEO of the Bon Marche division of Federated Department Stores succeeds Dean G. Groussman, 55, who resigned after less than a year under pressure from the board last August.
Masao Ebina, 52, was named chairman and chief executive of Nikko Securities Co. International, the
Walter Fremuth, 62, was named chairman of Creditanstalt, one of
Charles W Grigg, 54, was named chairman and chief executive of SPS Technologies in New Town, PA. Grigg was president and chief operating officer of North Andover, MA-based Watts Industries. He replaces John R. Selby, 64.
Stephen M. Humphrey, 49, was named president and chief executive of Charlotte, NC-based National Gypsum Co., a maker of wallboard. The former president-on-highway products, automotive operations, at Rockwell International Corp. succeeds Peter C. Browning, 52, who resigned last fall to take a position with Sun Co.
Jay Margolis, 5, was named president and vice chairman of Tommy Hilfiger Corp. in
Michael R. McGrath, 39, was named president and chief executive of H.J. Heinz Co.’s Weight Watchers Food Co. unit in
James R. Mellor, 63, was named chairman of General Dynamics Corp. in
Edward J. Robinson, 53, was named president and chief operating officer of
Jean-Pierre Rosso, 53, was named president and chief executive of Tenneco’s construction and farm equipment division, JI Case in
S. Jay Stewart, 55, was named chairman and chief executive of Chicago-based Morton International Inc., a maker of specialty chemicals, car airbags, and salt. The president and former chief operating officer succeeds Charles S. Locke, 65, who retired.
Robert L. Swift, 65, was named president of high-technology concern
Rockwell International’s Rockwell Graphic Systems business in