PERSONNEL: On the Move

When its top executive echelon was killed in an air crash in Canada last fall (TIME, Sept. 19), Kennecott Copper Corp., biggest U.S. copper producer, started scouting for replacements. Last week the directors reached outside the industry to pick a new president. He is Charles R. Cox, 58, president of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., biggest steel-producing subsidiary of U.S. Steel Corp.

A native of Schenectady, N.Y., Cox got his start in business in 1914 as a public accountant, worked for Crucible Steel and Babcock & Wilcox before joining Big Steel's National Tube Co. in 1934...

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