LOS ANGELES -- When Roger E. Stangeland assumed the chairmanship of the Food Marketing Institute two years ago, he and other board members faced a formidable looking "mountain." The looming mountain appeared in the shape of challenges surrounding the board's task of continuing FMI's topside staff management without undue disruption. Specifically, the issue two years ago was the retirement of FMI's founding president, and the question of who should pick up the reins. The job of ...
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