Mary Cunningham Redux

Bendix 's former veep lands at Seagram

With a Harvard M.B.A. and striking good looks, Mary E. Cunningham was bound to land a new job. But could the 29-year-old executive Wunderkind, who was forced to resign from Bendix Corp. last October, get back on the fast track at a major firm? No problem. After considering and discarding a flock of other offers, she last week accepted a "six figure" post with Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., a subsidiary of the Seagram Co., Ltd., the world's largest distiller (1980 sales: $2.5 billion). Her new...

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