L 3: Hey, If It Worked For Loral...

Frank Lanza's new company is thriving with insights From the defense star

Frank C. Lanza has sat at one desk or another at 600 Third Ave. in New York for the past 17 years. First it was as president of Loral Corp., where Lanza helped the legendary Bernard L. Schwartz turn a floundering, small-time conglomerate started in the Bronx into a $7 billion defense power. After Loral was sold to Lockheed Martin Corp. in April, 1996, Lanza moved downstairs a couple of floors to serve as a Lockheed executive vice-president.

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