Management: In & Out at Eastern

Six months ago Eastern Air Lines President Malcolm Maclntyre, 55, summoned his vice presidents to his conference room in Manhattan and warned them that he was calling in management consultants Booz, Allen & Hamilton "to see if the right people are in the right jobs." Last week, shortly after Eastern reported a $12.5 million loss for 1963's first nine months, Maclntyre decided that he himself was not in the right job. He handed in a terse one-line resignation.

Eastern's new boss is articulate Floyd Hall, 47, who resigned as general manager of...

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