R&C expands Tardio duties

Harris, Dana
April 2001
Daily Variety;04/04/2001, Vol. 271 Issue 26, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the appointment of Rogers and Cowan chief executive officer (CEO) Tom Tardio as CEO of North America for parent company Weber Shandwick Worldwide as of April 4, 2001.


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