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Former United Airlines COO John Pope Named to Navistar Board

Navistar has appointed John Pope, a former president and chief operating officer at United Airlines and UAL Corp., to stand for election to the board of directors at the company’s annual shareholder meeting. Navistar said Pope will succeed the retiring David Harrison, who served for five years on the board. …

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LMI EVP William Moore Named to Brookings Defense Budget Panel

William Moore and Nick Avdellas, executive vice president and program manager at LMI respectively, will participate in a panel discussion Thursday with the Brookings Institution on the U.S. defense budget. LMI said the “Warriors Against Waste: Cutting Defense Spending through Reform?” panel will focus on potential reforms and efficiencies “We …

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Report: Siemens’ Supervisory Chair Wants Board Size Reduced

Gerhard Cromme, supervisory board chairman at Siemens, has told Germany-based Manager magazine that he wants to reduce the number of members on Siemens AG’s executive board. According to Dow Jones Newswires, Cromme told the magazine the conglomerate’s management board will certainly be reduced over time. He plans to discuss the …

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CenturyLink, Savvis CEO Jim Ousley Sign 1-Year Extension

CenturyLink and Jim Ousley have agreed to a one-year contract extension for him to continue serving as CEO of the cloud computing subsidiary Savvis, the St. Louis Business Journal reports. Citing a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Diana Barr writes the new contract went into effect Jan. 1 and was …

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BAE Intell Lead DeEtte Gray Joining INSA Board

DeEtte Gray, president of BAE Systems‘ intelligence and security sector, has been elected to serve on the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s board of directors for 2013. BAE said she and other new board members will each serve a three-year term and also advise the organization on its development and …

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