Martha Ingram, Lacy, new execs at Ingram Industries

Summer, Bob
July 1995
Publishers Weekly;7/10/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 28, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the appointment of Martha R. Ingram and Linwood A. `Chip' Lacy Jr. as chairman and chief executive officer respectively at Ingram Industries. Death of E. Bronson Ingram; Career backgrounds; Possibility that the company would go public.


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