Taylor, Arthur R. - from United States
Country of meeting: in the year 1975
His corporate career with the First Boston Corporation. He was later Vice President Finance and Executive Vice President of International Paper Company. He was president of CBS from 1972 until 1976. He then founded Arthur Taylor & Company, a private investment concern. In 1985, Fordham University named him dean of its Graduate School of Business Administration. Taylor also served as president of Muhlenberg College for a decade (1992–2002), during which Muhlenberg tripled its endowment, halved its debt, and saw a significant rise in admissions selectivity. The College is now among the top 80 liberal arts colleges in the nation in terms of selectivity and acceptance rate. He was a former member of the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Group
Brown University, 1957, M. A. 1961. Assistant Director of Admissions, Brown University Resident Fellow, and Assistant in Dept. of Political Sciences. 1957 -61, First Boston Corporation, 1961-70, director, 1970, Vice President Finance, International Paper Co. 1970-71. Executive Vice President, 1971-72. director, member of executive committee, 1971-72, President and director of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. 1972 to -?
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