Mohawk CFO Swift To Retire

Lorberbaum, Jeffrey
November 2004
Home Textiles Today;11/8/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports that Mohawk Industries Inc. chief financial officer and vice president of finance John Swift will retire in December 2004. Replacing Swift will be Frank Boykin, currently Mohawk's vice president and corporate controller. According to Jeffrey Lorberbaum, CEO of the company, John has been an integral part of the company as it grew from a $270 million carpet manufacturer to a floor covering manufacturer. When John started with Mohawk in 1984, Mohawk was an unprofitable division of Mohasco Industries. Under his financial leadership, Mohawk was spun off as an independent company in 1988.


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