Business: Personnel: Jan. 9, 1933

Last week the following were news: George McClelland Reynolds, 67, resigned as board chairman of Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co.

("Biggest bank under one roof"), biggest bank west of Manhattan. Last spring he succeeded his younger brother Arthur Reynolds, who retired ostensibly because of poor health, insisting: "The dampness of the climate here affects my ears" (TIME, May 16). Chicagoans had long heard reports of discord between the Brothers Reynolds and their directors, felt sure that it was only a matter of time before Brother George would follow the footsteps of...

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