Quinn, Dimitroff fired by the Falcons
ATLANTA — Falcons head coach Dan Quinn and general manager Thomas Dimitroff were fired by the team on Sunday night.Falcons president and CEO Rich McKay has assumed day-to-day oversight of football operations in the interim and will assist owner Arthur M. Blank, Falcons in the search for a new general manager and head coach.Under the direction of McKay, Dimitroff’s current responsibilities will be handled by current members of the football operations staff for remainder of 2020. An interim head coach is expected to be announced on Tuesday.Former head coaches Raheem Morris and Dirk Koetter are o...
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
CEO of $11.4 billion Universal Health Services steps aside for son in 'long-planned succession'
The 83-year-old founder of Universal Health Services, America’s largest psychiatric hospital chain and a major acute-care hospital provider, too, is handing control of the King of Prussia, Pa.-based company to his son.Alan B. Miller will step down as chief executive in January and son Marc D. Miller, 50, will take his place in what the company said was as “long-planned succession.”The senior Miller is generally credited with being a pioneer in purchasing hospitals in fast-growing communities and building a network out of them. Last year, the for-profit, publicly traded UHS had net income of $8...
The Philadelphia Inquirer
GM's first female CFO resigns, heads to Stripe
DETROIT — General Motors’ first female chief financial officer, Dhivya Suryadevara, has resigned from the company after two years in the role to pursue a job outside the auto industry.GM said John Stapleton, the company’s North America chief financial officer, will serve as acting global chief financial officer, effective Aug. 15.Suryadevara has joined Stripe, a global online payments company based in San Francisco, as its new CFO, Stripe said in a news release Tuesday. She will play a crucial role in enabling the company’s “aggressive growth while maintaining the highest standards in discipli...
Detroit Free Press
Former Tribune Publishing CEO to take helm of McClatchy when newspaper chain emerges from bankruptcy
Former Tribune Publishing CEO Tony Hunter will become CEO of McClatchy Co. when the newspaper chain emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy next month, its new hedge fund owner announced Friday.A longtime Chicago Tribune executive who helped guide Tribune Publishing out of bankruptcy as CEO from 2011 to 2014, Hunter will inherit a similar situation at McClatchy under Chatham Asset Management.The New Jersey hedge fund acquired McClatchy, which publishes the Miami Herald and other major newspapers, for about $312 million at a bankruptcy auction in July. The sale, which was approved by a New York bank...