Onetime Honeywell CEO Spencer Dies

Edison Spencer, a former CEO of Honeywell who led the company's push to become a leader in the avionics business, died March 25 at home in Wayzata, Minn., of progressive supranuclear palsy. He was 84. Spencer joined Honeywell as an aeronautical engineer and rose to become CEO in the early 1970s...

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