EX-CEO MEISTER RETURNS TO KINGS AS PRESIDENT here, a subsidiary of London-based Marks & Spencer, said last week it has named Jim Meister president. Meister succeeds Alan Levitan, who resigned as president and chief executive officer last month. Meister joined Kings in 1974 as director of human resources, eventually becoming president and CEO, positions he held when the company was purchased by Marks & Spencer in 1989 and remained in until 1998. Kings said it is continuing its search ...
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