Re: SP hatchet man in the 1990's?
Author: OPRRMS
Date: 02-13-2020 - 23:38

still employed (for now) Wrote:
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> This retired signalman (Mark M.) from Bakersfield
> recalls an SP executive who made big cuts in the
> workforce in the 1990's. He says things started
> to fall apart after that, so they had to hire
> people back afterwards. Would he be refering to
> Dick Davidson and the SP/UP merger meltdown?
>

Davidson worked for UP, not SP.

During SP's Anschutz years, Ed Moyers was hired as Chairman and CEO of the parent company and President of the railroad, in July 1993. He left the railroad two years later, and the SP/UP merger became effective in September 1996.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  SP hatchet man in the 1990's? still employed (for now) 02-13-2020 - 22:52
  Re: SP hatchet man in the 1990's? OPRRMS 02-13-2020 - 23:38
  Re: SP hatchet man in the 1990's? old hogger 02-14-2020 - 12:16
  Re: SP hatchet man in the 1990's? WAF 02-14-2020 - 14:44
  Re: SP hatchet man in the 1990's? OPRRMS 02-14-2020 - 16:07
  Re: SP hatchet man in the 1990's? WAF 02-14-2020 - 18:59


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