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June 29, 2017
The right track: Investors hope CSX's new CEO can create efficiencies

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Hunter Harrison addresses Canadian Pacific shareholders in 2015.

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The right track: Investors hope CSX's new CEO can create efficiencies

Mark Basch | 5/24/2017

When word leaked in January that Hunter Harrison was seeking the CEO’s spot at CSX, the railroad company’s market value jumped by $8 billion.

Harrison, who got the job in March, had developed a reputation in the industry for an efficiency-oriented concept called “precision scheduled railroading” that he implemented as CEO at three other railroad companies.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Amit Mehrotra; John Larkin; John Baker; Lawton Bassett; Andy Cheney; Paul Markowski; Donald Jones; Alex Moy; Moy Media; RTI Surgical; Brian Taylor; Jacksonville Shipyards.

 

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