"I Never Worried About My Career -- Just About Results"
When Joseph Galli Jr. was tapped to head Newell Rubbermaid last week, the news made big headlines. That wasn't only because the consumer-products company had found a new CEO to try to improve its recent sluggish performance. Galli's career path was also a factor. In June, 1999, after a much-lauded 19-year tenure at toolmaker Black & Decker, Galli joined a number of Old Economy executives who decided to cast their lot with Internet startups.
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