After Textron deal, Collins and Aikman faces test

Miel, Rhoda
May 2002
Automotive News;5/6/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5982, p20G
Trade Publication
Focuses on the reorganization of Collins and Aikman Corp. in Detroit, Michigan. Recruitment of the executives from the Textron Group; Information on the business strategies of chief executive officer Tom Evans; Company background.


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