A Hasty Exit At Alcoa
Fred Fetterolf abruptly quit on July 30 as the No. 2 man at Alcoa. Fetterolf, 63, had been passed over for the top job four years ago. Instead, the board tapped outsider Paul O'Neill, then president of International Paper.
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