Business & Finance: Second Scot

Common though they are in Govern-ment today, professors in business are relatively scarce. Last week Chicago's Marshall Field & Co. picked one for board chairman. President John McKinlay announced that he would henceforth share his executive burdens with another Scotsman named James McKinsey, who will fill the vacancy created three years ago when James Simpson quit to rehabilitate the Insull utility companies in Chicago. The Marshall Field chairmanship is Mr. McKinsey's first corporate job.

Born 46 years ago on a poverty-stricken farm in Mexico, Mo., Chairman McKinsey went to State Teachers College, studied...

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