Air Currents

Kitchens, Susan
May 2006
Forbes Asia;5/8/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p66
The article highlights the leadership of Dennis H. Reilley as CEO of U.S.-based industrial gases producer Praxair. The CEO has been successful in increasing the sales and stocks of the company in 2005 despite several challenges faced by the company such as the fire that broke out in its Saint Louis, Missouri plant and hurricanes in the Gulf Coast. Reilley reduced the capital spending of Praxair to $600 million over the next two years from 2006.


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