Bored of Directors

one william m daley, currently sitting on boeing’s board of directors, is richard j daley’s brother! ha.

from http://www.boeing.com/corp_gov/board_directors.html

William M. Daley

Director Since 2006

Chairman of Midwest region for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Mr. Daley has served as Chairman of Midwest region for JPMorgan Chase & Co. and on its Executive Committee and International Council since May 2004. Mr. Daley served as the U.S. Secretary of Commerce from January 1997 to June 2000. He served as president, SBC Communications, Inc. (diversified telecommunications) from December 2001 to May 2004.

SBC communications — giant telecommunications corporation recently merged with at&t to make AT&T (in 2005, shortly after Daley left sbc), which owns a shit ton of tele companies, including AT&T, ameritech, sbc, southwestern bell, pacific telesis, and bell south. a number of these companies contract to the federal government and department of defense, offering communications “solutions” to the military and government. (wikipedia, at&t website)

from fedspending.org: sbc has received over $2.6 billion in DoD contracts from 2000-Q1 2008, 28% of which were no bid contracts.

top five services

ADP Telecommunications and Transmission Services $819,760,403
Lease or Rental of Equipment — Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation Equipment $355,167,913
Telephone and/or Communications Services (includes Telegraph, Telex, and Cablevision Services) $281,350,116
Other ADP and Telecommunications Services (includes data storage on tapes, compact disks, etc.) $235,378,866
Telecommunications Network Management Services                                                                                  $137,206,197

top five contracting agencies

Defense Information Systems Agency $1,121,244,698
NAVY, Department of the $511,559,269
ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing) $510,006,257
DEFENSE, Department of $275,791,323
AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF) $154,687,401

8 year trend (pretty consistent service provider)

2000 $373,298,058
2001 $342,853,211
2002 $363,834,332
2003 $289,353,537
2004 $262,944,041
2005 $327,042,942
2006 $270,692,647
2007 $374,837,320
2008 1Q * Partial year help link $0

 

Mr. Daley was vice chairman of Evercore Capital Partners L.P. from January to November 2001.

“Established in 1996, Evercore Partners is a leading investment banking boutique providing advisory services to prominent multinational corporations and financial sponsors on significant mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, restructurings and other strategic corporate transactions. Evercore also has a successful investment management business through which we also manage private equity funds, institutional assets and private wealth.” (evercore.com) Evercore’s website lists BOEING as one of their past clients!

From June to December 2000, Mr. Daley served as chairman of Vice President Albert Gore’s 2000 presidential election campaign. Mr. Daley serves on the board of directors of Abbott Laboratories (healthcare products manufacturer)

fedspending.org lists a total of $157,123,341 in Department of Defense contracts for abbott labs from 2000 to Q1 2008, 2/3rds of which were no-bid contracts.  product/services offered for the contracts amounting to approximately or more than one million dollars (each):

Food Items For Resale $58,604,630
Non-Food Items For Resale $23,829,774
In Vitro Diagnostic Substances, Reagents, Test Kits, and Sets $22,944,459
Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies $19,907,296
Laboratory Equipment and Supplies $7,856,431
Ophthalmic Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies $5,603,041
Chemical Analysis Instruments $5,170,489
Drugs and Biologicals $3,670,118
X-Ray Equipment and Supplies: Medical, Dental, Veterinary $2,256,035
Maintenance, Repair and Rebuilding of Equipment — Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies $1,530,660
Replenishable Field Medical Sets, Kits, and Outfits $1,003,868
Laboratory Testing Services                                 $996,197

by year: (note the sharp increase as the war in iraq progressed)

2000 $10,868,662
2001 $10,153,470
2002 $9,997,131
2003 $8,450,093
2004 $11,807,415
2005 $32,549,613
2006 $35,440,822
2007 $34,485,431
2008 1Q * Partial year help link $3,370,705

and Boston Properties, Inc. (real estate investment trust). He is a member of the Finance Committee.

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_M._Daley

William Michael Daley (born August 8, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois) …On November 5, 2008, Daley was named to the advisory board of the Obama-Biden Transition Project.[2]

Daley graduated with a B.A. from Loyola University Chicago, and an LL.B. from John Marshall Law School. Daley later accepted an honorary Doctor of Law degree from John Marshall Law School. Except for a period from 1977 to 1980, during which time he sat on the Advisory Council of Economic Opportunity, Daley practiced law privately with the firm Daley and George.

He became associated with Amalgamated Bank of Chicago, where he was first vice chairman (1989–1990) and then president and chief operating officer (1990-1993). Daley returned to the practice of law, as a partner with the firm Mayer Brown (then Mayer, Brown & Platt) from 1993 to 1997. In 1993, he served as special counsel to the President on issues relating to the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). In 1997, Daley became Secretary of Commerce in the second administration of President Bill Clinton, and he remained at that post until July 2000, when he became chairman of Vice President Al Gore‘s presidential campaign, on which he was in charge of choosing a vice presidential nominee.[citation needed]

In December 2001, he was appointed President of SBC Communications Inc. to help reform the company’s image. In May 2004, Daley was made Midwest Chairman of J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank One Corp. to oversee post-merger operations from Chicago.

Daley currently serves on the Boards of Directors of Boeing, Merck & Co., Inc, Boston Properties, Inc., and Loyola University Chicago. He also sits on the Council on Foreign Relations.

according to fedspending, org, merck & co has recieved $18 million in DoD contracts in the last 8 years, one-third of them on no bid contracts

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Drugs and Biologicals $8,261,921
Bearings, Plain, Unmounted $4,248,315
Gases: Compressed and Liquefied $1,172,392
Chemicals $1,142,827
Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies $881,624

 

Top 4 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing) $7,719,051
Defense Logistics Agency $6,012,506
NAVY, Department of the $3,762,954
AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF) $600,849

 

8 year trend (not sharp increase following beginning of war in iraq)

 2000 $783,189
2001 $232,293
2002 $351,216
2003 $3,300,264
2004 $3,697,442
2005 $4,675,781
2006 $3,388,881
2007 $1,663,794
2008 1Q * Partial year help link $2,500

 

He is the seventh and youngest child of the late Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley and Eleanor “Sis” Daley, and the brother of the city’s current mayor, Richard M. Daley and John P. Daley.

Daley was portrayed in the HBO film Recount, about the Florida election recount of the 2000 presidential election, by actor Mitch Pileggi.

During the 2008 Democratic Presidential Primaries, Daley was a prominent supporter of Barack Obama. Daley is rumored to be exploring a 2010 gubernatorial run in Illinois, reportedly even asking associates to “stay neutral” until he makes a decision.[3]

from cool-ass mapping website http://www.nndp.com:

William M. Daley

AKA William Michael Daley

Born: 8-Aug1948
Birthplace: Chicago, IL

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Secretary of Commerce, 1997-2000

Advisor for political campaigns, including Walter Mondale and Bill Clinton.

Father: Richard J. Daley (Mayor of Chicago)
Brother: Richard M. Daley (Mayor of Chicago)
Wife: Loretta (three children)

High School: De La Salle High School, Chicago, IL
University: BA, Loyola University Chicago (1970)
Law School: LLB, John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL
Administrator: Trustee, Art Institute of Chicago
Administrator: Trustee, Loyola University Chicago
Administrator: Trustee, Northwestern University

US Secretary of Commerce (1997-2000)
JP Morgan Chase Chairman of the Midwest (2004-)
SBC President (2001-04)
Evercore Partners Vice Chairman (2001)
Member of the Board of Abbott Laboratories (2004-)
Member of the Board of Boeing (2006-)
Member of the Board of Boston Properties (2003-07)
Member of the Board of EDS (2001-02)

fedspending.org: $6,458,013,134 in DoD contracts for EDS 2000-Q1 2008

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

 

Other ADP and Telecommunications Services (includes data storage on tapes, compact disks, etc.) $5,273,846,072
Automated Information System Design and Integration Services $373,648,285
ADP Systems Development Services $123,583,078
ADP Systems Analysis Services $111,757,427
Other Management Support Services $93,021,249

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

NAVY, Department of the $5,263,275,029
Defense Information Systems Agency $252,208,279
Pentagon Renovation Program Office $199,027,063
Defense Finance and Accounting Service $184,444,142
AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF) $179,584,634

8 year trend

2000 $0
2001 $136,143,266
2002 $637,925,899
2003 $663,714,858
2004 $1,743,309,210
2005 $1,295,100,054
2006 $1,981,783,393
2007 $12,095
2008 1Q * Partial year help link $24,360

Member of the Board of Merck (2002-04)
Council on Foreign Relations
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
Friends of Hillary
Friends of Joe Lieberman
Gore 2000
Joffrey Ballet of Chicago Trustee
John Kerry for President
National Committee on US-China Relations Vice Chairman, Board of Directors
New Leadership for America PAC
Northwestern Memorial Hospital Board of Directors
Obama for America
Obama for Illinois
Partnership for Public Service Board of Governors
Searchlight Leadership Fund
Straight Talk America
Florida 2000 Recount
Irish Ancestry

corporate interests of others on the board of directors (wikipedia):

John H. Biggs

Director Since 1997

Mr. Biggs is a Director of the Boeing Company, JPMorgan Chase Co., and a Trustee of Washington University, The Danforth Foundation in St. Louis, The Santa Fe Opera, Chairman of the J. Paul Getty Trust and Emeriti, a not-for-profit sponsor of post-retirement medical benefits for higher education. He is also a Director and former Chairman of the United Way of New York City and the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Council on Foreign Relations. He is Treasurer of the New York City Investment Fund. Mr. Biggs has published a number of papers on corporate governance, variable annuities, social security, regulation and taxation of pension plans, and demographic effects on pensions.

nndp:

John H. Biggs

AKA John Herron Biggs

Born: 19-Jul1936
Birthplace: St. Louis, MO

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of TIAA-CREF, 1993-2002

Father: Peter Willis Biggs
Mother: Lillian Herron
Wife: Penelope Frances Parkman (m. 13-Jun-1959, one son)
Son: Henry

University: AB Classics, Harvard University (1958, magna cum laude)
University: PhD Economics, Washington University in St. Louis (1983)
Administrator: Vice Chancellor Admin. & Finance, Washington University in St. Louis (1977-85)
Administrator: Trustee, Washington University in St. Louis

TIAA-CREF CEO (1993-2002)
TIAA-CREF President and COO (1989-93)
Centerre Trust Co. President and CEO (1985-89)
General American Life Insurance Company VP and Controller (1970-77)
General American Life Insurance Company (1958-70)
Member of the Board of Boeing (1997-)
Member of the Board of JP Morgan Chase (2003-07)
Member of the Board of Ralston Purina

nestle merged with ralston purina in 2001, the following information is for nestle (of which biggs is not listed as a director on reuters company bio)

fedspending.org: $513,609,252  in DoD contracts 2000-Q1 2008 , 98% no bid

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Food Items For Resale $415,673,446
Non-Food Items For Resale $90,297,910
Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa $6,937,830
Beverages, Nonalcoholic $462,538
Water Services $93,139

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Commissary Agency $477,977,162
DEFENSE, Department of $27,994,194
Defense Logistics Agency $6,937,830
NAVY, Department of the $349,710
ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing) $347,362

 8 year trend

2000 $28,745,188
2001 $24,569,648
2002 $22,574,816
2003 $20,087,001
2004 $16,705,194
2005 $118,846,831
2006 $153,592,473
2007 $128,489,167
2008 1Q * Partial year help link $-1,066 **

 
Member of the Board of TIAA-CREF (as Chairman, 1993-2002)
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Bill Bradley for President
Council on Foreign Relations
Friends of Senator D’Amato 1998 Committee
J. Paul Getty Trust Trustee (as Chairman -2006)
Hillary Clinton for President
National Bureau of Economic Research Board of Directors
Obama for America
Partnership for New York City
United Way NYC Chairman

Walter James “Jim” McNerney, Jr., (born August 22, 1949, Providence, RI) is an American businessman. On June 30, 2005 he was named the CEO of The Boeing Company. Prior to that, McNerney was the Chairman and Chief Executive of 3M. He had been a member of the Boeing board of directors since 2001. He is also a member of the board of directors of Procter & Gamble. McNerney is a current member of the Northwestern University Board of Trustees.

From 2001 to 2005, McNerney held the position as chairman of the board and CEO of 3M, a $20 billion global technology company

McNerney joined General Electric in 1982. There, he held top executive positions including president and CEO of GE Aircraft Engines and GE Lighting; president of GE Asia-Pacific; president and CEO of GE Electrical Distribution and Control; executive vice president of GE Capital, one of the world’s largest financial service companies; and president of GE Information Services. McNerney competed with Bob Nardelli and Jeff Immelt to succeed the retiring Jack Welch as chairman and CEO of General Electric. When Immelt won the three-way succession race, McNerney and Nardelli left GE (as was Welch’s plan). Before joining GE, McNerney worked as a management consultant at McKinsey from 1978 to 1982.

B.A. degree from Yale University in 1971 and an M.B.A. from Harvard University in 1975 [1].

from nndp.com:

James McNerney

AKA Walter James McNerney, Jr.

Born: 22-Aug1949
Birthplace: Providence, RI

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of Boeing

Father: Walter J. McNerney, Sr. (health issues professor)
Mother: Shirley (one daughter, four sons)
Brother: Daniel M. McNerney (Presbyterian minister, Winnetka, IL)
Brother: Peter H. McNerney
Wife: Judy (1st, , two daughters fully grown)
Wife: Haity (2nd, m. 1987, one son, two daughters)

University: BA American Studies, Yale University (1971)
University: MBA, Harvard Business School (1975)
Administrator: Trustee, Northwestern University

Boeing President and CEO (2005-)
3M CEO (2001-05)
General Electric President and CEO of GE Aircraft Engines (1997-2000)
General Electric President of GE Lighting (1995-97)
General Electric President of GE Asia-Pacific (1993-95)
General Electric President and CEO of GE Electrical Distribution and Control (1991-92)
General Electric EVP, GE Financial Services and GE Capital (1989-91)
General Electric President of GE Information Services (1988-89)
General Electric GE Mobile Communications (1982-88)
McKinsey & Company (1978-82)
Procter & Gamble (1975-78)
Member of the Board of 3M (as Chairman, 2001-05)
Member of the Board of Boeing (2001-, as Chairman, 2005-)
Member of the Board of Procter & Gamble (2003-)
The Business Council
Business Roundtable
New Leadership for America PAC
Northstar Leadership PAC
Santorum 2006
United Way Board, Greater Twin Cities

US-China Business Council Board of Directors

 

fedspending.org:

procter and gamble awarded a  $312,342,857 DoD contract in 2007

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Food Items For Resale $312,214,138
Drugs and Biologicals $125,028
Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies $3,691
Miscellaneous Vehicular Components $0

 

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Commissary Agency $312,214,138
Defense Logistics Agency $118,155
NAVY, Department of the $7,436
ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing) $3,128

GE awarded  $35,792,415,192 in DoD contracts 2000-Q1 2008 84.2% no bid

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Gas Turbines and Jet Engines, Aircraft; Prime Moving, and Components $12,661,241,929
Aircraft, Fixed Wing $5,181,397,235
Defense Aircraft — Engineering Development (R&D) $1,621,668,952
Defense Missile and Space Systems — Advanced Development (R&D) $1,378,364,778
Defense Aircraft — Operational Systems Development (R&D) $1,195,348,862

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF) $14,940,126,794
NAVY, Department of the $11,661,937,089
ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing) $6,635,078,748
Defense Logistics Agency $2,212,971,841
Defense Information Systems Agency $122,374,113

8 year trend

2000 $1,934,226,873
2001 $1,993,862,007
2002 $18,724,445,565
2003 $2,642,555,299
2004 $1,963,998,799
2005 $2,594,929,472
2006 $2,864,827,006
2007 $2,966,094,881
2008 1Q * Partial year help link $107,475,291

 

Linda Zarda Cook is the American CEO of Shell Gas & Power, part of Royal Dutch Shell, in The Netherlands. She is the first of a very few female leaders in the male dominated oil industries and has been recognized as one of the world’s leading female entrepreneurs in the recent years.[citation needed]

nndp:

Linda Z. Cook

Born: 4-Jun1958

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Shell Oil executive

Husband: Steve (three children)

University: BS Petroleum Engineering, University of Kansas (1980)

Royal Dutch Shell Executive Director, Gas & Power (2004-)
Royal Dutch Shell President, CEO, Director, Shell Canada Limited (2003-04)
Royal Dutch Shell CEO of Shell Gas & Power (2000-03)
Royal Dutch Shell Director, Strategy & Business Development, Shell Exploration
Royal Dutch Shell (1980-2000)
Member of the Board of Boeing (2003-)
Member of the Board of Royal Dutch Shell (2004-)
Society of Petroleum Engineers

Cook was named the 11th most powerful businesswoman in the world by Fortune magazine in October 2002 and the 44th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes Magazine in September 2007.

Kenneth M. Duberstein (born April 21, 1944) served as U.S. President Ronald Reagan‘s White House Chief of Staff from 1988 to 1989. He returned to the private sector between his various White House assignments as Vice President of Timmons & Company Inc, one of Washington’s top lobbying firms.[1] Some of the firm’s clients include the American Petroleum Institute, Anheuser-Busch, Chrysler, Teva Pharmaceuticals, the American Council of Life Insurers, the American Medical Association, and VISA.[2]

His earlier government service included Deputy Under Secretary of Labor during the Ford Administration Among the Board of Directors on which Mr. Duberstein serves are: The Boeing Company, ConocoPhillips, the Fleming Companies, Inc., and The St. Paul Companies, Inc.[3] He also is on the Board of Governors for the American Stock Exchange and NASD, and has served on the Board of Directors of Fannie Mae. He is Chairman of the Ethics Committee for the U.S. Olympic Committee and served as Vice Chairman of the independent Special Bid Oversight Reform Commission for the U.S. Olympics Committee.

Duberstein has been a “political adviser” to former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage, according to syndicated columnist Robert Novak, who says Duberstein was a source for David Corn’s and Michael Isikoff‘s book about the Valerie Plame affair in which Armitage was found to be the one who leaked Plame’s CIA status to Novak.[5]

nndp:

Ken Duberstein

AKA Kenneth M. Duberstein

Born: 21-Apr1944
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Reagan’s Chief of Staff, 1988-89

A Deputy Secretary of Labor under President Gerald Ford, Duberstein became an aide to Ronald Reagan for legislative issues in 1981, becoming Deputy Chief of Staff in 1987, then Reagan’s final White House Chief of Staff, succeeding Howard Baker. He was later a later political advisor to Senator John McCain. In addition to his advisorial capacity, Duberstein is Chairman and CEO of the influential lobbying firm Duberstein Group. Among their clients is Monsanto, for which they lobbied to remove the “Delaney Clause”, a restriction on introducing known carcinogens into processed foods sold to consumers.

Wife: Sydney Duberstein (div.)

University: AB, Franklin and Marshall College (1965)
University: MA, American University (1966)
Administrator: Trustee, Franklin and Marshall College
Administrator: Trustee, Johns Hopkins University

The Duberstein Group Chairman and CEO (consulting, 1989-)
White House Chief of Staff (1988-89)
White House Deputy Chief of Staff (1987-88)
Timmons & Company VP (1984-86)
White House Staff Assistant to the President, Legislative Affairs (1981-83)
Congressional Staff to Sen. Jacob K. Javits
Committee for Economic Development VP (1976-80)
Member of the Board of Boeing (1997-)
Member of the Board of Conoco-Phillips (2000-)
Member of the Board of Fannie Mae (1998-2007)
Member of the Board of Mack-Cali Realty
Member of the Board of Promontory Interfinancial Network
Member of the Board of The Travelers Companies (1998-)
Monsanto Lobbyist
Alfalfa Club 1999
America-Israel Friendship League U.S. National Advisory Board
American Council for Capital Formation Board of Directors
American Gaming Association (employed on a contractual basis, 1995-)
American Success PAC
Americans for a Republican Majority
Brookings Institution Board Member
Bush-Cheney ’04
Council on Foreign Relations Board of Directors
Elizabeth Dole Committee
Every Republican is Crucial PAC
Friends of Joe Lieberman
Friends of Senator D’Amato 1998 Committee
Hudson Institute Trustee Emeritus
John McCain 2008
Keep Our Mission PAC
Kennedy Center Honorary Trustee
Lindsey Graham for Senate
McCain 2000
McCain for Senate ’98
National Alliance to End Homelessness Board of Directors
National Endowment for Democracy Board of Directors
National Center for Democracy Board of Directors
National Republican Congressional Committee
Northern Lights PAC
Partnership for Public Service Board of Governors
Santorum 2006
Pioneer PAC
Santorum 2000
Tom Delay Congressional Committee
Funeral: Richard Nixon (1994)
Risk Factors: Obesity

Rozanne L. Ridgway (born August 22, 1935 in Saint Paul, Minnesota) served 32 years with the U.S. State Department, holding several posts, including ambassador to Finland and to East Germany, and finished her career as assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs. She is currently a director of Boeing, Emerson Electric Company, 3M Company, Sara Lee Corporation, and Manpower_Inc..

Ridgway has been an American foreign policy leader since the Nixon administration. She has acted as an international negotiator on behalf of the United States.

nndp:

Rozanne L. Ridgway

AKA Rozanne Lejeanne Ridgway

Born: 22-Aug1935
Birthplace: St. Paul, MN

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Diplomat, Business
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Asst. Secy. of State for Europe, 1985-89

University: BA, Hamline University (1957, summa cum laude)

US Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (1985-89)
US Ambassador to East Germany (1983-85)
Counselor of the Department of State (1980-81)
US Ambassador to Finland (1977-80)
US State Department Deputy Asst. Secy. of State for Oceans and Fisheries (1975-77)
US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Nassau, Bahamas (1973-75)
US State Department Deputy Dir. of Policy Planning, Inter-American Bureau (1972-73)
US State Department Ecuador desk officer (1970-72)
US State Department Political Officer, Oslo, Norway (1967-70)
US State Department International Relations Officer, European Bureau (1964-67)
US State Department Visa Officer, Palermo, Italy (1962-64)
US State Department Personnel Officer, Manila, Philippines (1959-62)
US State Department Information specialist, Bureau of Intelligence & Research (1957-59)
Member of the Board of 3M (1989-)
Member of the Board of Boeing (1992-)
Member of the Board of Emerson Electric (1995-)
Member of the Board of Sara Lee (1992-)
Member of the Board of Manpower (2002-)
Member of the Board of Union Carbide (1990-)
American Academy of Diplomacy
Atlantic Council President (1989-93), Co-Chairman (1993-96)
Bilderberg Group
Bill Bradley for President
Brookings Institution Trustee
Council on Foreign Relations
George C. Marshall Foundation Council of Advisors
National Geographic Society Trustee
Our Military Kids, Inc. Advisory Board
Trilateral Commission
National Women’s Hall of Fame 1998

Mike S. Zafirovski (b. ca. 1954, Skopje, Yugoslavia, present-day the Republic of Macedonia) He was elected to the Board of Directors at Boeing on October 25, 2004.[8]

In July 2007 President George W. Bush appointed Mr. Zafirovski to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_6712/is_7_217/ai_n28976364

nndp:

Mike S. Zafirovski

Born: c. 1954
Birthplace: Skopje, Macedonia

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of Nortel

Wife: Robin (three sons)

University: BS Mathematics, Edinboro University

Nortel President and CEO (2005-)
Motorola President and COO (2002-05)
Motorola EVP and President Personal Communications Sector (2000-02)
General Electric President and CEO, GE Lighting (1999-2000)
General Electric President and CEO, GE Lighting Europe, Middle East, Africa (1996-99)
General Electric (24 years total)
Member of the Board of Boeing (2004-)
Member of the Board of Motorola (2002-05)
Member of the Board of Nortel (2005-)
Chicago Museum of Science and Industry Trustee
Children’s Memorial Hospital (Chicago) Board of Directors
Economic Club of Chicago Board of Directors
United Way Metropolitan Chicago Board

 

Royal dutch petroleum

Total dollars: $7,300,233,562
Total number of contractors: 1
Total number of transactions: 210

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Liquid Propellants and Fuels, Petroleum Base

$6,820,722,913

Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties

$384,562,149

Gases: Compressed and Liquefied

$93,232,238

Oils and Greases: Cutting, Lubricating, and Hydraulic

$698,352

Liquid Propellant Fuels and Oxidizers, Chemical Base

$339,200

 

 

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Logistics Agency

$7,299,338,467

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$477,831

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$322,154

NAVY, Department of the

$91,670

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

$3,440

 

8 year trend

2000

$278,489,782

2001

$539,265,522

2002

$539,154,954

2003

$538,561,751

2004

$1,067,801,179

2005

$1,080,710,390

2006

$1,147,884,759

2007

$2,108,367,078

2008 1Q *

$-1,853 **

 

 

Daimler Chrysler

Total dollars: $1,228,451,492
Total number of contractors: 11
Total number of transactions: 1,415

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Trailers

$487,369,951

Trucks and Truck Tractors, Wheeled

$405,980,717

Passenger Motor Vehicles

$99,634,043

Diesel Engines and Components

$99,360,249

Earth Moving and Excavating Equipment

$49,704,309

 

 

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$1,137,361,009

NAVY, Department of the

$42,688,641

Defense Logistics Agency

$32,314,508

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$6,161,525

Department of Defense Education Activity

$5,962,372

 

2000

$86,058,210

2001

$105,595,049

2002

$66,253,398

2003

$96,596,472

2004

$86,024,141

2005

$91,102,328

2006

$146,101,664

2007

$550,720,230

2008 1Q *

$0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teva pharmaceuticals

Total dollars: $4,973,200
Total number of contractors: 1
Total number of transactions: 9

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Other Medical — Basic Research (R&D)

$4,712,500

Other Professional Services

$260,700

 

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$4,973,200

 

2000

$0

2001

$0

2002

$0

2003

$0

2004

$260,700

2005

$3,784,592

2006

$196,908

2007

$731,000

2008 1Q *

$0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 10 Contractors

CONOCOPHILLIPS

$1,049,823,651

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Liquid Propellants and Fuels, Petroleum Base

$1,022,677,253

Gases: Compressed and Liquefied

$27,120,604

Chemicals

$20,160

Fuel Oils

$4,464

Air Passenger Service

$1,170

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Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Logistics Agency

$1,031,968,346

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$17,829,511

NAVY, Department of the

$20,160

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$5,634

 

 

2000

$143,018,140

2001

$107,424,480

2002

$39,698,597

2003

$17,301,004

2004

$128,743,445

2005

$165,741,288

2006

$180,690,602

2007

$267,206,095

2008 1Q *

$0

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Food Items For Resale

$51,407

Special Dietary Foods and Food Specialty Preparations

$29,373

Defense Tank – Automotive — Basic Research (R&D)

$-3,566

 

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Commissary Agency

$51,407

Defense Logistics Agency

$29,373

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$-3,566

 

Top 10 Contractors

FLEMING COMPANIES, INC

$77,214

 

Trend

 

2000

$0

2001

$29,373

2002

$51,407

2003

$0

2004

$-3,566

2005

$0

2006

$0

2007

$0

2008 1Q *

$0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Food Items For Resale

$157,855,252

Dairy Foods and Eggs

$136,323,587

Non-Food Items For Resale

$33,710,115

Composite Food Packages

$15,804,420

Meat, Poultry, and Fish

$11,045,996

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Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Commissary Agency

$189,626,066

Defense Logistics Agency

$174,846,132

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$4,896,726

DEFENSE, Department of

$1,939,301

 

Top 10 Contractors

SARA LEE CORPORATION

$354,594,265

THE EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANY

$16,713,960

 

Trend

 

2000

$21,576,169

2001

$25,092,423

2002

$25,520,319

2003

$24,599,340

2004

$31,106,343

2005

$78,272,233

2006

$101,834,885

2007

$63,182,568

2008 1Q *

$123,945

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Other Administrative Support Services

$91,003

Food Services

$71,392

Civilian Personnel Recruitment

$57,301

Maintenance, Repair and Rebuilding of Equipment — Miscellaneous

$49,839

Word Processing/Typing Services

$35,000

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Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$353,455

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$35,000

NAVY, Department of the

$6,215

 

Top 10 Contractors

MANPOWER INC

$394,670

 

Trend

 

2000

$0

2001

$0

2002

$153,116

2003

$74,894

2004

$166,660

2005

$0

2006

$0

2007

$0

2008 1Q *

$0

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted

$11,336,133

Office Furniture

$8,969,980

Miscellaneous Ship and Marine Equipment

$3,245,352

Electrical Control Equipment

$1,989,053

Electrical and Electronic assemblies, Boards, Cards, and Associated Hardware

$1,572,489

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Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

Defense Logistics Agency

$12,601,070

NAVY, Department of the

$11,773,380

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$9,572,835

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$5,681,460

American Forces Information Service

$82,778

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Top 10 Contractors

EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.

$39,875,697

 

Trend

 

2000

$3,107,711

2001

$3,630,944

2002

$6,295,597

2003

$6,098,881

2004

$4,836,432

2005

$5,927,590

2006

$4,924,793

2007

$4,797,306

2008 1Q *

$256,443

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Miscellaneous Electrical and Electronic Components

$13,420

Electrical and Electronic Properties Measuring and Testing Instruments

$6,974

Optical Instruments, Test Equipment, Components and Accessories

$6,235

Laboratory Equipment and Supplies

$5,574

 

Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

NAVY, Department of the

$13,420

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$11,809

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$6,974

 

Top 10 Contractors

UNION CARBIDE CORP.

$32,203

 

Trend

 

2000

$0

2001

$0

2002

$0

2003

$5,574

2004

$0

2005

$13,209

2006

$13,420

2007

$0

2008 1Q *

$0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Miscellaneous Communication Equipment

$740,581,986

Communications Security Equipment and Components

$511,076,619

Radio and Television Communication Equipment, Except Airborne

$283,676,259

Guided Missile Components

$192,259,107

Electronic Countermeasures, Counter-Countermeasures and Quick Reaction Capability Equipment

$94,720,880

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Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$1,192,423,253

NAVY, Department of the

$678,973,303

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$435,791,928

Defense Information Systems Agency

$88,094,432

Virginia Contracting Activity

$20,103,320

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Top 10 Contractors

MOTOROLA, INC.

$2,446,844,079

 

Trend

 

2000

$383,060,785

2001

$409,298,102

2002

$293,603,464

2003

$403,846,668

2004

$318,678,825

2005

$234,790,527

2006

$200,433,754

2007

$173,741,196

2008 1Q *

$29,390,758

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Products or Services Sold

Other ADP and Telecommunications Services (includes data storage on tapes, compact disks, etc.)

$64,090,188

Telephone and Telegraph Equipment

$30,885,921

ADP Systems Analysis Services

$22,856,995

ADP Systems Development Services

$19,354,710

Program Management/Support Services

$15,018,470

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Top 5 Contracting Agencies Purchasing from Contractor(s)

ARMY, Department of the (except Corps of Engineers Civil Program Financing)

$85,731,229

AIR FORCE, Department of the (Headquarters, USAF)

$82,884,517

NAVY, Department of the

$36,992,593

Defense Information Systems Agency

$9,060,924

Defense Finance and Accounting Service

$8,841,723

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NORTEL NETWORKS

$234,337,505

Top 10 Contractors

 

Trend

 

2000

$12,067,391

2001

$14,907,332

2002

$19,304,481

2003

$27,093,295

2004

$41,222,663

2005

$40,251,016

2006

$41,782,868

2007

$34,783,580

2008 1Q *

$2,924,878

 

 

from reuters:

Hill, Shephard 56 2007 Senior Vice President; President – Boeing International
Luttig, J. Michael 54 2006 Senior Vice President, General Counsel
Keating, Timothy 47 2008 Senior Vice President – Public Policy
Denson-Low, Wanda 52 2007 Senior Vice President – Office of Internal Governance
Stephens, Richard 56 2005 Senior Vice President – Human Resources and Administration
Tracy, John 54 2006 Senior Vice President – Engineering, Operations & Technology, Chief Technology Officer
Downey, Thomas 44 2007 Senior Vice President – Communications
Cave, Michael 48 2007 Senior Vice President – Business Development and Strategy
Duberstein, Kenneth 64 2005 Lead Director
Carson, Scott 62 2006 Executive Vice President; President & Chief Executive Officer – Commercial Airplanes
Albaugh, James 58 2002 Executive Vice President; President & CEO – Integrated Defense Systems
Biggs, John 72 1997 Director
Bryson, John 65 1995 Director
McDonnell, John 71 1997 Director
Cook, Linda 50 2003 Director
Zafirovski, Mike 55 2004 Director
Daley, William 60 2006 Director
Collins, Arthur 61 2007 Director
Bell, James 60 2008 Corporate President, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
McNerney, W. James 59 2005 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

also from reuters:

biographies

Albaugh, James James F. Albaugh has been Executive Vice President of The Boeing Company and President and Chief Executive Officer, IDS since July 2002. Prior thereto, Senior Vice President of Boeing, President, Space and Communications Group from September 1998 (named CEO of Space and Communications Group in March 2001). Prior to that, President, Boeing Space Transportation from April 1998 and President of Rocketdyne Propulsion and Power from March 1997. Current director of TRW Automotive Holdings, Inc.
Bell, James James A. Bell is Executive Vice President, Corporate President and Chief Financial Officer of The Boeing Company since June 2008. Prior to that, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from January 2004. Prior thereto, Senior Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller from October 2000 to January 2004. Prior thereto, Vice President of Contracts and Pricing for Boeing Space Communications from January 1997 to October 2000. Current director of The Dow Chemical Company.
Biggs, John Mr. Biggs serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TIAA-CREF (national teachers’ pension fund) from January 1993 until November 2002. Mr. Biggs is not on the board of any public company in addition to The Boeing Company. He is also a director of the National Bureau of Economic Research, a trustee of Washington University in St. Louis and a member of the Advisory Council of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Mr. Biggs is Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Finance Committee.
Bryson, John Mr. Bryson serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He has served as Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of Edison International (electric power generator and distributor), the parent company of Southern California Edison, since 1990. Mr. Bryson is on the board of the following public company in addition to The Boeing Company and Edison International: The Walt Disney Company. He is also a trustee of the California Institute of Technology and the W.M. Keck Foundation and a director of the California Endowment. Mr. Bryson is a member of the Compensation Committee and the Governance, Organization and Nominating Committee.
Carson, Scott Scott Carson is Executive Vice President of The Boeing Company and President and Chief Executive Officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes since September 2006. Previously, Vice President of Sales at Commercial Airplanes; President of Connexion by Boeing; Chief Financial Officer of Commercial Airplanes; and Executive Vice President of Business Resources for the former Boeing Information, Space and Defense Systems.
Cave, Michael Michael J. Cave is Senior Vice President – Business Development and Strategy of The Boeing Company November 2007. Prior thereto, he was Vice President of Business Strategy & Marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Vice President/General Manager of Airplane Programs for Commercial Airplanes, and Senior Vice President for Commercial Aviation Services. Prior thereto, Mr. Cave served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Commercial Airplanes from November 2000 through January 2003. Prior thereto, he was Vice President – Finance for Commercial Aviation Services, Vice President – Controller for Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group, and Vice President – Finance for the twin-aisle programs. Prior to joining Commercial Airplanes, he served as Vice President – Finance for Boeing Information, Space & Defense Systems.
Collins, Arthur Mr. Collins serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Medtronic, Inc. (medical device and technology company) since April 2002. At Medtronic, Mr. Collins was also Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from May 2002 to August 2007, President and Chief Executive Officer from April 2001 to May 2002, President and Chief Operating Officer from August 1996 to April 2001, Chief Operating Officer from January 1994 to August 1996, and Executive Vice President of Medtronic and President of Medtronic International from June 1992 to January 1994. He was Corporate Vice President of Abbott Laboratories (health care products) from October 1989 to May 1992 and Divisional Vice President of that company from May 1984 to October 1989. Mr. Collins is on the board of the following public company in addition to The Boeing Company and Medtronic: U.S. Bancorp. He is also on the board of Cargill, Inc., a private company, and a member of the Board of Overseers of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Collins is a member of the Audit Committee and the Finance Committee.
Cook, Linda Ms. Cook serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He was appointed Executive Director of Royal Dutch Shell plc (oil, gas and petroleum) in 2005. Prior to that, she was Managing Director, Royal Dutch Petroleum Company, since August 2004. Previously, she served as President and Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of Shell Canada Limited from August 2003 until August 2004. She served as Chief Executive Officer for Shell Gas & Power from January 2000 through July 2003. Ms. Cook is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and the China Development Forum. Ms. Cook is not on the board of any public company in addition to The Boeing Company and Royal Dutch Shell plc. Ms. Cook is a member of the Audit Committee and the Finance Committee.
Daley, William Mr. Daley serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He has served as Head of Corporate Social Responsibility for JPMorgan Chase & Co. (banking and financial services) and on its Operating Committee since June 2007. He has also served as Chairman of the Midwest Region for JPMorgan Chase & Co. and on its Executive Committee and International Committee since May 2004. He served as the U.S. Secretary of Commerce from January 1997 to June 2000. Mr. Daley served as President, SBC Communications, Inc. (diversified telecommunications) from December 2001 to May 2004. He was Vice Chairman of Evercore Capital Partners L.P. from January to November 2001. From June to December 2000, Mr. Daley served as Chairman of Vice President Albert Gore’s 2000 presidential election campaign. Mr. Daley is on the board of the following public company in addition to The Boeing Company: Abbott Laboratories. Mr. Daley is a member of the Finance Committee and the Special Programs Committee.
Denson-Low, Wanda Wanda K. Denson-Low has been appointed Senior Vice President, Office of Internal Governance of The Boeing Company in May 2007. Prior thereto, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of IDS, August 2003 to May 2007. Prior thereto, Vice President of Human Resources for IDS, March 2002 to August 2003, and prior thereto Chief Counsel, S&C Legal, August 2001 to March 2002, and Vice President, General Counsel, Hughes Space and Communications, January 1998 to August 2001. Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Hughes Electronics, 1992 to January 1998. Wanda Denson-Low joined the Company in 1984.
Downey, Thomas Thomas J. Downey has been Senior Vice President, Communications of The Boeing Company since January 1, 2007. Prior thereto, Vice President, Corporate Communications, April to December 2006 and Vice President, Commercial Airplanes Communications, May 2002 to April 2006. Before that, Mr. Downey was Corporate Vice President, Internal and Executive Communications, 1999 to April 2002; General Manager of Communications and Community Relations for Military Aircraft and Missile Systems unit; and director of Communications for Douglas Aircraft Company. Mr. Downey joined the Company in 1986.
Duberstein, Kenneth Mr. Duberstein serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He has served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Duberstein Group (consulting firm) since 1989. He was White House Chief of Staff in 1988 and 1989. Mr. Duberstein is on the boards of the following public companies in addition to The Boeing Company: ConocoPhillips, Mack-Cali Realty Corporation and The Travelers Companies, Inc. Mr. Duberstein is the Lead Director, Chair of the Compensation Committee and a member of the Governance, Organization and Nominating Committee.
Hill, Shephard Shephard W. Hill is Senior Vice President of The Boeing Company and President – Boeing International since November 2007. Formerly, Senior Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, Vice President, Business Development, at IDS and prior to that, Vice President, Boeing Space and Communications Government Relations. Prior thereto, he was Vice President, Space Systems, Integrated Space and Defense Systems business unit. Mr. Hill joined Boeing when the Company acquired Rockwell’s Aerospace and Defense business in 1996. At that time, Mr. Hill was Rockwell’s Vice President, Aerospace Government Affairs and Marketing.
Keating, Timothy Timothy J. Keating is Senior Vice President – Public Policy of the Company May 2008. Prior thereto, Senior Vice President, Global Government Relations, Honeywell International since 2002. Prior to that, Mr. Keating was Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner, Timmons and Company, from 1998 until 2002. Prior positions include Vice President for Federal Affairs for a Washington, D.C. trade association, Director for Congressional Affairs for the Presidential Inaugural Committee for President Clinton, Special Assistant to President Clinton, and Staff Director for Legislative Affairs for the Clinton Administration.
Luttig, J. Michael J. Michael Luttig is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of The Boeing Company since May 2006. Prior thereto, Mr. Luttig served on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit from October 1991 to May 2006; as Assistant Attorney General of the United States from October 1990 to October 1991; and Counselor to the Attorney General at the Department of Justice from August 1990 to October 1991. Prior thereto, he was Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the Department of Justice from March 1989 to October 1990. Mr. Luttig was associated with Davis Polk and Wardwell from September 1985 to March 1989. Prior to that, he was special assistant to the Chief Justice of the United States from September 1984 to September 1985; law clerk to the Honorable Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice of the United States from July 1983 until August 1984 and law clerk to then-Judge Antonin Scalia of the United States Court of Appeals from August 1982 to July 1983. Mr. Luttig served as special assistant to The White House Counsel and then as assistant counsel from March 1981 to August 1982, and worked at the Supreme Court of the United States in the Office of Administrative Assistant to the Chief Justice from September 1976 to September 1978.
McDonnell, John Mr. McDonnell serves as Director of The Boeing Company. He served as Chairman of McDonnell Douglas Corporation (aerospace) from 1988 until its merger with Boeing in 1997, and as its Chief Executive Officer from 1988 to 1994. Mr. McDonnell is not on the board of any public company in addition to The Boeing Company. He is also a director of BJC Healthcare and of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Vice Chairman of the board of Washington University and of the Donald Danforth Plant Sciences Center. Mr. McDonnell is a member of the Compensation Committee and the Governance, Organization and Nominating Committee.
McNerney, W. James W. James McNerney, Jr. has served as Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of The Boeing Company. Mr. McNerney has served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Boeing Company since July 1, 2005. Previously, he served four and a half years as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of 3M Company (diversified technology). Beginning in 1982, he served in management positions at General Electric Company, his most recent being President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Aircraft Engines from 1997 until 2000. Mr. McNerney is on the board of the following public company in addition to The Boeing Company: The Procter & Gamble Company. He is also a member of various business and educational organizations.
Stephens, Richard Richard D. Stephens is the Senior Vice President Human Resources and Administration of The Boeing Company since September 2005. He previously served as Senior Vice President of Internal Services and prior thereto, he was President of Shared Services Group. Prior thereto, he was Vice President and General Manager, Integrated Defense Systems Homeland Security and Services, from July 2002 to December 2003. Mr. Stephens has previously led a number of Boeing businesses, including Space and Communications Services, Reusable Space Systems, Naval Systems and Tactical Systems.
Tracy, John John J. Tracy has been Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Engineering, Operations and Technology since October 1, 2006. Prior thereto, Vice President of Engineering and Mission Assurance for IDS, February 2004 to September 2006; Vice President of Structural Technologies, Prototyping, and Quality for Phantom Works, September 2001 to January 2004; and General Manager of Engineering for Military Aircraft and Missiles September 2000 to August 2001. Dr. Tracy joined the Company in 1981.
Zafirovski, Mike Mr. Zafirovski serves as Director of The Boieng Company. He has served as Director, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nortel Networks Corporation (telecommunications) since November 2005. Previously, Mr. Zafirovski was Director, President and Chief Operating Officer of Motorola, Inc. (global communications) from July 2002 to January 2005, and remained a consultant to and a director of Motorola until May 2005. He served as Executive Vice President and President of the Personal Communications Sector of Motorola from June 2000 to July 2002. Prior to joining Motorola, Mr. Zafirovski spent 24 years with General Electric Company, where he served in management positions, his most recent being President and CEO of GE Lighting from July 1999 to May 2000. Mr. Zafirovski is not on the board of any public company in addition to The Boeing Company and Nortel Networks Corporation. Mr. Zafirovski is Chair of the Finance Committee and a member of the Audit Committee.
Name Options Value
Albaugh, James Total: 23,002
Excercisable: 10,002
: 10,000
Excercised: 3,000
Total: 817,018
Market Value: 175,418
Market Value: 437,300
Proceeds: 204,300
Bell, James Total: 28,588
Excercisable: 9,294
: 10,000
Excercised: 9,294
Total: 912,400
Market Value: 162,763
Market Value: 437,300
Proceeds: 312,337
Biggs, John Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Bryson, John Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Carson, Scott Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Cave, Michael Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Collins, Arthur Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Cook, Linda Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Daley, William Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Denson-Low, Wanda Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Downey, Thomas Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Duberstein, Kenneth Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Hill, Shephard Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Keating, Timothy Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Luttig, J. Michael Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
McDonnell, John Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
McNerney, W. James Total: 7,800
Excercisable: 4,020
: 3,780
Excercised: —
Total: 247,158
Market Value: 122,698
Market Value: 124,460
Proceeds: —
Stephens, Richard Total: 12,890
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: 12,890
Total: 346,102
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: 346,102
Tracy, John Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
Zafirovski, Mike Total: 0
Excercisable: —
: —
Excercised: —
Total: 0
Market Value: —
Market Value: —
Proceeds: —
All Insider Trades
Trading Date Name Title Type Shares Traded Price
9 Mar 2009 CAVE MICHAEL J Officer Buy 1,622 $0.00
9 Mar 2009 DOWNEY THOMAS J Officer Sell 649 $32.17
9 Mar 2009 BELL JAMES A President Buy 5,268 $0.00
9 Mar 2009 DENSON-LOW WANDA K Officer Sell 1,517 $32.17
9 Mar 2009 DOWNEY THOMAS J Officer Buy 649 $0.00
9 Mar 2009 CAVE MICHAEL J Officer Sell 1,622 $32.17
9 Mar 2009 DENSON-LOW WANDA K Officer Buy 1,517 $0.00
9 Mar 2009 BELL JAMES A President Sell 5,268 $32.17
22 Feb 2009 DOWNEY THOMAS J Officer Buy 6,030 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 PASTERICK ROBERT J Officer Buy 4,081 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 HILL SHEPHARD W Officer Buy 17,407 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 CAVE MICHAEL J Officer Buy 6,401 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 KEATING TIMOTHY JOHN Officer Buy 17,190 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 TRACY JOHN J Officer Buy 7,991 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 ALBAUGH JAMES F Officer Buy 25,693 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 STEPHENS RICHARD DENNIS Officer Buy 9,667 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 DENSON-LOW WANDA K Officer Buy 6,030 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 BELL JAMES A Chief Financial Officer Buy 22,305 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 LUTTIG J MICHAEL General Counsel Buy 33,034 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 CARSON SCOTT E Officer Buy 20,283 $0.00
22 Feb 2009 MCNERNEY WALTER JAMES JR Chief Executive Officer Buy 88,171 $0.00
1 Jan 2009 MCNERNEY WALTER JAMES JR Chief Executive Officer Sell 8,588 $45.25

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name  — annual comp — other comp  — fiscal Year total

Albaugh, James 930,269 5,303,810 6,234,080
Bell, James 806,149 5,298,700 6,104,850
Biggs, John
Bryson, John
Carson, Scott 733,830 3,649,380 5,209,490
Cave, Michael
Collins, Arthur
Cook, Linda
Daley, William
Denson-Low, Wanda
Downey, Thomas
Duberstein, Kenneth
Hill, Shephard
Keating, Timothy
Luttig, J. Michael 707,218 2,091,740 2,798,960
McDonnell, John
McNerney, W. James 1,915,290 14,404,100 18,979,600
Stephens, Richard 486,308 1,556,650 4,134,700
Tracy, John
Zafirovski, Mike

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  1. Hello!
    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

  2. Hello !!!! ^_^
    I am Piter Kokoniz. Just want to tell, that your posts are really interesting
    And want to ask you: what was the reasson for you to start this blog?
    Sorry for my bad english:)
    Thank you:)
    Your Piter

  3. Piter — I started this blog as an online resource for folks interested in learning more about the companies I write about, as well as folks interested in doing political and resistance work against these companies. I got into demilitarization activism in college, and have been inspired by many incredibly intelligent, insightful and powerful minds that I met there.

    Sorry for the late reply, but I hope you continue reading!
    In solidarity,
    Rebecca

  4. Raiul — Glad you find this blog useful! If you are doing any military corporation research yourself and want to pass it my way (in any language) I’d be happy to post it!

    In solidarity,
    Rebecca

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