Lewis B. Campbell, president and chief operating officer of Textron, Inc., will become chief executive officer on July 1, replacing James F. Hardymon. While he is turning the CEO post over to Campbell, Hardymon will remain chairman of the board until his retirement at the end of 1999 at age 65. Hardymon has been a strong supporter of Cessna Aircraft, and Cessna Chairman Russ Meyer, since Textron acquired Cessna in early 1992 for $600 million in cash when General Dynamics was ...


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