November 2010
Bank Technology News;Nov2010, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p14
Trade Publication
The article announces several career developments in bank and information technology industries, including the appointment of Edward Glassman as MasterCard International Inc.'s group executive of global products, the employment of Landon V. Taylor as senior vice president (svp) of Dorado Corp., and the appointment of Steve Matthews as chief operating officer (COO) of Omgeo LLC.


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