Walter Zacharius Steps Down As Kensington's Chairman & CEO

January 2005
Book Publishing Report;1/17/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p3
Trade Publication
This article presents information on the personnel changes at Kensington publishing Corp. Walter Zacharius will leave the post of chairman and CEO of Kensington, the company he founded 30 years ago, but will serve as a consultant on potential acquisition targets, the company said last week. Walter's son, Steven Zacharius, president of Kensington Publishing, has been named to his father's former position as anticipated. Simba Information Inc., estimates the company increased its 2003 revenues 1.7% to $60 million in 2004.


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