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Section B Page 2 I Fort Worth Star-Telegram I Friday June 25 1993 P Louis Gerstner 4 t 1 t ! 7: 1 k sc' Lj4 :: Li Lor 1141t4001 Friday June 25 1993 IBM post created filled NEW YORK — IBM Chairman Louis V Gerstner Jr created atop-level position for corporate strategy yesterday and gave it to the executive who leads the company's consulting and specialized service business M Bernard Puckett will become senior vice president corporate strategy and development and will report directly to Gerstner The move reflects the way Gerstner who in April became the first outsider named chairman and chief executive of International Business Machines Corp has set up offices at other companies he has led "He has always been intimately and directly involved in strategic priority setting and has always had a senior person with strategic responsibilities reporting directly to him" IBM spokesman Roger Bolton said Before IBM Gerstner was chief executive of RJR Nabisco Holdings Corp and president of American Express Co Puckett 48 has most recently — IDeen senior vice president of IBM and general manager of its application solutions business Skinner to join LTV board CLEVELAND Former transportation secretary and White House chief of staff Samuel K Skinner has been appointed to the revamped board of directors of LTV Corp the steelmaker announced yesterday Skinner who served under President Bush is president of Commonwealth Edison Co in Chicago The board is being restructured as LTV prepares to emerge from US Bankruptcy Court protection It will have 14 members including 13 outsiders Company Chairman David Hoag is the only insider on the new board Twelve members have been appointed LTV and the United Steelworkers of America each will nominate one additional director Trade From Page 1 But after what was described as an intense meeting marked by sharp disputes the trade ministers remained far apart in several significant areas "There is a considerable amount of work still to be done between now and the G-7" Sir Leon Brittan the European Community's commis- sioner for external economic relations said at a news conference after the meeting The biggest disagreements appeared to have been between the United States and Europe over US barriers on textiles and shipping and European restrictions on foreign television programming and electronics "An outside observer could have sat in that meeting for half an hour and come to the conclusion that this was a hopeless situation" said a senior US official who spoke on condition of anonymity But then heated disputes were to be expected as the negotiations came down to the most contentious items he said The trade ministers said they still believe that agreement can be reached by the summit meeting which starts July 7 "I have never been in a negotiation that ended before it had to" US Trade Representative Mickey Kantor said "I don't believe it's eithr surprising or disturbing that we did not reach a full agreement here" NATI 0 N A 1111111111 Kodak reportedly moving jobs to Texas ROCHESTER NY — Eastman Kodak Co plans to move part of its Health Sciences Division to Richardson near Dallas a Rochester newspaper reported yesterday Kodak declined to comment on the report The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle quoting employees who asked not to be identified and internal company memos said Kodak plans to integrate part of an electronics operation in Rochester with its Vortech Data Inc subsidiary in Richardson Kodak bought Vortech Data in April The company develops and markets medical image management systems "We are in the process of identifying those functions in Rochester that will be consolidated with similar functions in Richardson" a June 3 memo said The memo said Rochester employees will learn Monday who will be relocated to North Texas An employee told the newspaper that the electronics unit of the Health Sciences Division has fewer than 300 empoyees and not all those workers will be moved to Texas Bank failure projection slashed WASHINGTON — Regulators yesterday slashed their projection of bank failures this year to a level that if realized will be the lowest since 1987 The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp said banks with $10 billion in assets probably will slip into insolvency this year Only three months ago the agency was expecting assets in failed banks to total $25 billion Six months ago the prediction was 100 to 125 banks with $76 billion in assets The agency does not officially predict failures by number but an official who asked not to be identified said $10 billion in assets could amount to roughly 60 to 72 banks down from 122 failures with $442 billion in assets last year If that projection is realized it will be the best year for failures in terms of assets since 1987 when failed banks held $92 billion in assets It will be the best in terms of numbers since 1983 when 48 banks failed From Jan 1 through Wednesday 22 banks with $27 billion in assets failed down from 61 banks with $199 billion in assets during the same period of 1992 Ex-Crown chairman ousted from board LANDOVER Md — Robert M Haft ousted earlier this month from the board of his family's Dart Group Corp was removed yesterday from the board of Dart Group's Crown Books unit Dart Group the majority shareholder of Crown Books a discount bookstore chain for which Haft did newspaper and television ads said he was removed "pursuant to CHICAGO — United Airlines might create a new airline to fly its unprofitable short-haul domestic routes a spokesman said yesterday The possible spinoff is among the cost-cutting options under consideration by the nation's second-largest carrier which lost $957 million last year spokesman Joe Hopkins said No decision on cost-cutting measures is expected for at least six months he said In a spinoff a company rids itself of unwanted assets by creating a separate company and distributing stock in United Airlines considering spinoff THE MARKET AT 11 AM AMA Corp AT&T AmeriCredit Corp Arch Petroleum Atlantic Richfield Aztec Manufacturing Baker Hughes Banc One Corp BancTexas Bell Atlantic Bell South Belo (AH) Corp Bombay Co Buffton Corp Burlington Northern Burlington Resources Capital CitiesABC Cash America Centex Corp Central & South West Chapparal Steel Chemical Banking 'Columbia Hospital Commercial Metals Delta Airlines Dillard Dept Stores Dorchester Hugoton Dresser Industries E—Systems Ennis Business Forms ENSERCH Corp Exxon FFP Partners First Interstate GTE Corp Gainsco General Motors Corp General Motors E Halliburton Co Harken Energy Corp IBM Corp Intertan Inc Johnson & Johnson Justin Industries Orlando Sentinel ORLANDO Fla — General Electric Co which has sponsored Epcot Center's Horizons pavilion' for the past 10 years said yesterday the company would not renew its multimillion-dollar contract The GE agreement expires Sept 30 and Walt Disney Co has not found a new sponsor vid Jay Rasulo senior vice president of corporate alliances at Disney headquar K mart Corp cks Kaneb Services Kimberly Clark Price Change K roger LTV Corp 62 — Y8 Lockheed 62 Mattel Inc 'Is Maxus Energy 4 Michaels Stores 116 Y2 Motorola 31518 — 'be NCH Corp 2612 — 18 Nat Semiconductor 557 Y8 NationsBank 2 Neiman Marcus 57 Nynex 54 — 12 Oryx Energy 47 Y8 Pacific Telesis 44 — Pancho's Mex Buffet Phi —318 Panhandle Eastern 53 Penney (JC) Co 48 Permian Gas Royalty 506 —2 Philip Morris 7 Pier 1 Imports 33 71 Primerica 32Y8 Recognition Equip 9 Republic Gypsum 40 — Samluan Bas Royalti 26 Santa Fa Pacific Selected stocks 32 Recognition Equip 9 Republic Gypsum 40 — San Juan Bas Royalty 26 Santa Fe Pacific 32 — Sara Lee Corp 47 — Schlumberger 35 Sears Roebuck & Co 16 Snyder Oil Co 23'1 — Southwest Airlines 42 Southwestern Bell 14 Stevens GraphicsA 17 — TNP Enterprises Inc 65 Tandy Brands 4 Tandy Corp 60lo Tandycrafts 36 Texas Instruments 13 Texas Utilities Co 43 — Textron Inc 30 Trinity Industries 37 Triton Energy 11is Union Pacific Corp 49 US West 8 Westbridge Capital 41 — Western Co of NA 1 7 Winn—Dixie GE to drop pavilion sponorship the chairman's authority to act by written consent under Delaware Corporate Law" Haft's 72-year-old father Herbert H Haft is chairman of Dart Group The move comes within weeks of a shakeup at Dart Group when the elder Haft removed both his wife Gloria and his son from the board of Landover Md-based Dart Group which includes the Crown Books TrakAuto and Shoppers Food Warehouse chains It is unclear what position the younger Haft previously Dart's No 2 executive and chairman of Crown maintains in the organization Smith Barney Shearson names chief NEW YORK — The former president of Morgan Stanley Group Inc has agreed to head Smith Barney Shearson the new brokerage formed by the merger of two Wall Street firms the company announced yesterday Robert F Greenhill who rode the mergers and acquisitions craze of the 1980s to the top offices at Morgan stepped down in March As chairman and chief executive of Smith Barney Shearson he will run a retail brokerage surpassed in size only by Merrill Lynch Primerica Corp Smith Barney's parent company agreed to buy Shearson Lehman Bros Inc from American Express Corp in March for about $1 billion Greenhill will also join Primerica's board of directors Frank G Zarb who headed Smith Barney Harris Upham & Co has been named a group chief executive for Primerica Robert I Lipp chairman and chief executive of Primerica's commercial credit subsidiary was named the other group chief executive to head all consumer finance operations Decline in bankruptcy projected for '93 WASHINGTON — The American Bankruptcy Institute projects a decline in consumer bankruptcy this year for the first time since 1985 "Breaking with the pattern of eight straight record years of filings 1993 is going to show decline" Sam Gerdano ABI executive director "We're finally seeing the arresting of an ever-increasing trend" He did not estimate a specific figure but said it will be fewer than the 900874 filed in 1992 The projection was based on the 207129 filings during the first three months of 1993 down from 212112 during the final three months of last year Even so Gerdano said "We're talking about very high levels At the beginning of the 1980s filings were under 300000" The ABI an organization of lawyers and others involved in bankruptcy proceedings obtained the figures from the Administrative Office of US Courts the new company to shareholders United executives previously said they were considering leasing planes and selling shorter domestic routes to lower-cost carriers United Chairman Stephen Wolf has talked repeatedly about shedding unprofitable operations since the company was unable to win wage and benefit concessions in January from the Association of Flight Attendants and the Machinists union which represents United's ground crews 20 2 Yi 48 17 Ye 332 I32 65 — 25 8Y1 28 84 1 63 —1 15 Ye 48 14Ye 88Ys —1 20 — 47Ys Ys 7 24 34 45 Ys Ye 3 49 8 49 — 14 7 9 17 24 — 64 — 53 Ye 19 41 Ys 37 5 — 17 — 18 1 29 17 68 1 45 55Ys 48 — Ye 34 — 60 — 44 — 5 14 Ye Ye Ye ters in Burbank Calif The pavilion will remain open even if a partner is not in place in September he said Horizons which features a display of future habitats in space and in the desert will be updated Jack Batty a spokesman at GE's headquarters in Fairfield Conn would say only that srrnsorship of an Epcot pavilion "does not meet our current needs" Airline From Page 1 The drama is being closely watched by the entire airline industry and significantly by members ot the national commission that is meeting in Washington to determine how best to help the industry with its troubles Among the issues the commission is studying are the role of bankruptcy protection in an industry with persistent overcapacity and whether the government needs to increase its regulatory role a notion that many airlines have contended is ill-advised and unwarranted "The failure oflabor and management to negotiate here will be widely viewed as their failure to solve their own problems in the industry" said Joseph R Blasi a professor at the Institute of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University in New Brunswick NJ The Northwest talks may also set an industry precedent given the concessions being discussed to help restructure NWA's formidable schedule of debt payments which would rise to $109 billion next year from $ 170 million this year With other carriers also signaling the need to cut labor costs a settlement could help others avoid bankruptcy courts in the future Foreign carriers have also scrutinized the progress at Northwest because a bankruptcy filing would strain the airline's relations with its foreign partner and investor KLM Royal Dutch Airlines a pace-setter in the trend among carriers to build global networks All of this has come at a time when Northwest has steadily improved its performance reduced the number of consumer complaints it receives and invested heavily in new marketing strategies and 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'rrN The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle quoting em- and his son from the board of Landover Md-based Dart IO ril—M OILS i f 0 tb tiA ployees who asked not to be identified and internal Group which includes the Crown Books TrakAuto and - — 3' 9 4 et14 rio7 P:4 : Sili'1'r:i 4! Vilt'4' 0 tit!4!ttot“ i4si0: Fok t soil ' - company memos said Kodak plans to integrate part of Shoppers Food Warehouse chains IOW 11 1 5 i I '-' an electronics operation in Rochester with its Vortech It is unclear what position the younger Haft previously - T: 1' 1 -4 'II- -- ' led 11 Mif lItiitr ' ilaiMi AY ' 1"-71r1r I I t ' Data Inc subsidiary in Richardson Dart's No 2 executive and chairman of Crown maintains p 4t : 4 : 0 pos -:11::71111' unl-:-AE:ii-rain'4 wit Kodak bought Vortech Data in April The company in the organization tl intc develops and markets medical image management sys- 15 - 'k' AF- - t - N it Iv 1 k1 7 Smith Barney Shearson names chief I ":gpl i : 1 illiii&t ti 3111rtfliit'5j' If: 4 1I'::'1-'-11' tem& 4 - for '"1 -4c4 i 0 tiriftelit 4910$11-014'' are in the process of identifying those functions in - tru4 in son NEW YORK — The former president of Morgan Stan - Rochester that will be consolidated with similar functions ( - : Richard" a June 3 memo said The memo said v ' fillt:i A si : 61 " - " ' 1' r ' T - t I (I '' tINT ) fle ' jg S ' I " - 7V l 6- ' -Sr M1 o ley Group Inc has agreed to head Smith Barney Shear- 47 It t uRnoict Rochester relocated to North Texas employees willlearn Monday who will be ley lir i Tbl son the new brokerage formed by the merger of two Wall - ' 4 Street firms the company announced yesterdayJ 0 pl'a "4 2)1 - An - HloeyaelethtosidcitehnecneeswDsiisaoer that the ion has fewer than 300 Robert F Greenhill who rode the mergers and acquisi- -'i 4 a t : 4":' 38 10 -6 (:) g - empoyees and not all those workers will be moved to tions craze of the 1980s to the top offices at Morgan ''31' 'di ' 111 I II 0 -: --411Tal - Texas stepped down in March As chairman and chief execu- -- - - IF - MO -- 't i ' tive of Smith Barney Shearson he will run a retail broker- 4 40 It Cs 'OS! ITU:11 - ! :- wailia ! - I f - 1- "1 ' I MO is 0 tri -!): 4 40- ' I II — 4 ( 0 - iii 1 '' I -- ' - - et47t - 00''-' ' ' n t : '- age surpassed in size only by Merrill Lynch Bank failure projection slashed Primerica Corp Smith Barney's parent company ' agreed to buy Shearson Lehman Bros Inc from Amen- — -' : ' A WASHINGTON — Regulators yesterday slashed their can Express Corp in March for about $1 billion 4 (-359 : t 4 I ii- ‘ projection of bank failures this year to a level that if Greenhill will also join Primerica's board of directors — realized will be the lowest since 1987 Frank G Zarb who headed Smith Barney Harris ' 6166610N11616olen Louis IBM NEW Louis V level pc yestert who lea and spr M 11 seniors strateg report ( The r ner wh outsidE execut Machir other c "He and dir ority SE senior bilities spoke Befc ecutiv Corp k' press( — Puc been s geneu solutic Skii CLI tation chief been boarc steelr Ski dent I monv LTV Bank have siden Hoac boan Tv point work nate inter dispi mail cant 1 of wi and Eun sion tion the' peal Uni ban and eigr elec 6 6 sat and was niol diti ed the MO' 1 beli rea wh tio61 U! Ka the diC her - — j) ly 1 V 1 Si i 4tld4 th‘i 0 t—------- The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp said banks with Upham & Co has been named a group chief executive Louis Gerstner $10 billion in assets probably will slip into insolvency this for Primerica INloo - - -1 - ' f f ef year Only three months ago the agency was expecting Robert I Lipp chairman and chief executive of Prim- -AY ' ' - n - r 1 i I 0 : 6 0 0 k P w assets in failed banks to total $25 billion Six months ago erica's commercial credit subsidiary was named the I B M post created filled NEW YORK — IBM Chairman ti e tIti AtML C II)It' i qjta451 the prediction was 100 to 125 banks with $76 billion in other group chief executive to head all consumer finance if assets operations n - - - The agency does not officially predict failures by num- 1 U 11:r 0 '0 a 1 ' 0 i 0 ' D 1 I I I 0 0 - 0 - 1 Louis V Gerstner Jr created a top- ber but an official who asked not to be identified said $10 level position for corporate strategy Decline in bankruptcy projected for '93 410 1 a IncrGr--4 ttl I oa e ft ' E I billion in assets could amount to roughly 60 to 72 banks - t yesterday and gave it to the executive who leads the company's consulting down from 122 failures with $442 billion in assets last WON — The American Bankruptcy Institute t l year ASHINGT INTEbt 1071-Bus VdpimPoriop roars and specialized service business projects a decline in consumer bankruptcy this year for LOCAL-BUS If that projection is realized it will be the best year for 4860X134 20 000 000 dfil OMEN M Bernard Puckett will become the first time since 1985 256K Cod " failures in terms of assets since 1987 when failed banks 48633-SX $1499 1500000p! IIEr senior vice president corporate "Breaking with the pattern of eight straight record $ L599 10000000 01 n E held $92 billion in assets It will be the best in terms of strategy and development and will years of filings 1993 is going to show decline" Sam NON-INTERLACED 5000000 411111111 MI numbers since 1983 when 48 banks failed o v-ARrook A report directly to Gerstner Gerdano ABI executive director "We're finally seeing 14" Border-to-Border SVGA Monitor INTELI From Jan 1 through Wednesday 22 banks with $27 The move reflects the way Gerst- the arresting of an ever-increasing trend" DIAMOND Local-Bus VGA 4861:0050 billion in assets failed down from 61 banks with $199 WaS6K Local-Bus Drive Porformanco ner who in April became the first He did not estimate a specific figure but said it will be 245MB HARD DRIVE 12ms g I nn billion in assets during the same period of 1992 r KII pot Swami Dote Initeder ) outsider named chairman and chief fewer than the 900874 filed in 1992 The projection was Local-BUS IDE Controller I r 77 4000 omnit r1cria N executive of International Business based on the 207129 filings during the first three months Machines Corp has set up offices at Ex-Crown chairman ousted from board of 1993 down from 212112 during the final three months PFS:WindowWorks " v20 INTED " 1117L1111 aM I LANDOVER Md — Robert M Haft ousted earlier this D 4MB RAM expandable to 32MB 4860x2 '11IFION IS other companies he has led of last year 12MB & 144MB Floppy Drives olfm1K fachlo 1000 1111111111" "He has always been intimately Even so Gerdano said "We're talking about very high MS-DOS 60 & Windows 31 0 ' month from the board of his family's Dart Group Corp $ 1849 Sundeed 101 Loud IOUS and directly involved in strategic pri- levels At the beginning of the 1980s filings were under GENUINE MICROSOFT MOUSE Conbolor 5CooMoilV was removed yesterday from the board of Dart Group's ority setting and has always had a 300000" Crown Books unit atietileiWeiriati t9181:7 REEttiliOrdelnStiran Celt senior person with strategic responsi- The ABI an organization of lawyers and others In ' Dart Group the majority shareholder of Crown Books bilities reporting directly to him" IBM spokesman Roger Bolton said a discount bookstore chain for which Haft did newspa- volved in bankruptcy proceedings obtained the figures Manager's Special EISALOCAL BUS from the Administrative Office of US Courts 8-EISA & 2 LOCAL BUS SLOTS ' I per and television ads said he was removed "pursuant to - Before IBM Gerstner was chief ex- 38640 DX $1 049 $ 2399 ecutive of RJR Nabisco Holdings 128k Cache g Corp and president of American Ex- press Co 48633 DLC 4t 1 149 httel 486DX-66 256K Cache United Airlines considering spinoff 128k Cache 9 I I 4MB RAM OJcp to 128MB — Puckett 48 has most recently — IDeen senior vice president of IBM and the new company to shareholders 4M11 RA M exp to 32MB 15" NI Digital Monitor 28dp CHICAGO — United Airlines might create a new air- general manager of its application le Super VGA Monitor 213cip Spoodstar PRO Local Bus VGA Card line to fly its unprofitable short-haul domestic routes a United executives previously said they were consider- imp Super VGA Card 64000 Colors 245MB HARD DRIVE 12ins solutions business spokesman said yesterday ing leasing planes and selling shorter domestic routes to 170MB HARD DRIVE 14ms EISA Hard Disk Controller 4HD's & 4F0's Skinner to join LTV board The possible spinoff is among the cost-cutting options lower-cost carriers 12MB & I44MB Floppy Drives 12MB & I44MB floppy Drives under consideration by the nation's second-largest car- DOS 60 Windows 31 & 3-button Mouse DOS 60 & Windows 31 ' CLEVELAND — Former transpor- rier which lost $957 million last year spokesman Joe United Chairman Stephen Wolf has talked repeatedly Mini-Tower or Desktop Case 230wott PS GENUINE MICROSOFT MOUSE tation secretary and White House Hopkins said about shedding unprofitable operations since the com- SIMPhYABENTERCOMPUTERSI -14 -4 Me44 erter‘a aed LI CiArtift- kne No decision on cost-cutting measures is expected for PanY was unable to win wage and benefit concessions in 11 IDALLAS 14: Marsh & Sprinl Sales (214) 4e corpor( ARLINGTOI SW Corner of Sales P Fax N III a i 1 a ' t I - alit - -- iln It-' IA olvcrilli ti tin 0 - 0 r$ 0 ournatett Ate— M et OWL

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