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Re: Derk Haank resigns

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  • Subject: Re: Derk Haank resigns
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm@iucr.org>
  • Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 10:06:35 +0100 (BST)
Clearly I am not suited to the cut and thrust of the harsh business
world.  The phrase that sprang to my mind was "... spend more time
with his family" :-)


On Fri, Jul 04, 2003 at 08:56:03AM +0100, Pete Strickland wrote:
> Dear Howard
> The word Springer was in my mind before I opened the URL....
> On Friday 04 Jul 2003 8:38 am, you wrote:
>> I went looking for an obscure Pergamon journal and found the following:
>>> 20th June, 2003
>>>  Derk Haank to leave  Elsevier
>>>  Derk Haank, Chief Executive of Elsevier (science/medical division
>>>  of Reed-Elsevier) has announced his intention
>>>  to resign, with immediate effect.
>>    Press Release. at
>> http://www.reedelsevier.co.uk/r-e/media/newsreleases/press2003/2003-06-18/
>>     says he is going to  .......  well you have a guess before reading
>> the Press release!

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