Business & Finance: Personnel: Sep. 26, 1932

Last week the following were news:

Vice President Jesse Louis Lasky resigned in a huff from Paramount Publix Corp. Last week Paramount reported a $5,900,000 loss for the three months ended July 2.

Graver C. Neff, chief operating executive of Wisconsin Power & Light Co., was made president of Middle West Utilities Co., succeeding Martin John Insull.

Noah Haynes Swayne, 60, resigned as president of Burns Bros., largest coal distributor in the U.S. ("Burns Coal Burns'"). An oldtime anthracite man, Mr. Swayne has held high positions in many coal...

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