Tag Archives: Celestica

Mike Wilson: Out of the fray, still in the fire

In The Director’s Chair with David W. Anderson: He had a long executive career, culminating in a decade as president and CEO of Agrium. Now Mike Wilson is bringing it as a non-executive director on four boards
October 10th, 2015

If you need any testimony to Mike Wilson’s knowledge, experience, boardroom savvy and the high esteem in which he’s held by his peers, consider that within a year of retiring as president and CEO of Agrium Inc. at the end … Continue reading

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William Etherington: Boards’ last blind spots: themselves

In The Director’s Chair with David W. Anderson: Recruitment may be professionalized, and diversity is taking hold, but when it comes to accountability, William Etherington says boards still have a ways to go
April 21st, 2014

As a director and now chairman of the board at Celestica Inc., where he’s sat since 2001, William Etherington personifies continuity of leadership. Celestica itself started as a spinoff from IBM Canada, where Etherington was CEO for a number of … Continue reading

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Robert L. Crandall: The board as wingman

In The Director’s Chair with David W. Anderson: Robert L. Crandall, chair of Celestica Inc. and former CEO and chair of AMR Corp. and American Airlines, shares some strong thoughts on CEOs and boards working closer together
March 15th, 2012

Robert Crandall is best known globally for being the CEO and chair of AMR Corp. and American Airlines Inc. through much of the 1980s and ’90s. He played a central role in making American the leading innovator in the industry … Continue reading

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