Tenneco's chairman and CEO resigns

February 1997
Underground Construction;Feb97, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p64
Trade Publication
Reports the resignation of chairman and chief executive officer Stephen D. Chesebro from the Tenneco company after the completion of the merger of the company with El Paso Energy Corporation. Retention of the position of president and chief executive officer William A. Wise.


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