In addition to becoming vice chairmen, the two will serve as co-chief operating officers.
That created the unusual circumstance of the nation's two leading performing arts centers recruiting chief operating officers at the same time.
's Chief Operating Officer to focus on other interests.
Some in the company regard William Ford as more likely to one day become one of Ford's top operating officers.
Pay for chief operating officers climbed 18 percent in 1999 and 13 percent in 2000, but only 1 percent in 2001.
Judy and Doralee both point out to Violet that she is, in a sense, the new Operating Officer of the company.
Mr. Marineau said, "I was on the board and voted for" the acquisition, but "chief operating officers do not make $1.7 billion acquisitions."
He didn't have any operating officers.
The trend of chief financial officers becoming presidents, chief executives and chief operating officers is now well established, even among the biggest companies.
It was financed mainly by Japanese investors, with Mr. Victor listed as president and its only operating officer.