Business: Personnel: Jun. 29, 1931

During the past fortnight the following changes were news: William Fox, onetime cinemagnate (1906-30), was dropped from the board of Fox Film Corp., now Chase-dominated. By contract he retains a $500,000-a-year salary until 1935. A new Fox director whose election was a surprise was David K. Este Bruce, son-in-law of Andrew William Mellon. George Mallory Pynchon, senior partner of defunct Pynchon & Co—took a salaried job with Potter 6 Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Nathan S. Jonas, founder of Manufacturers Trust Co., Manhattan, chairman...

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