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Avon Said to Plan Global Restructuring Amid Declining Profit
Re: Jay W. Lorsch
"Most people looking to be a CEO don't want to go to a company where their predecessor is now chairman," Lorsch said yesterday in a telephone interview. "When that's the case, your board will feel inhibited and you as the new CEO will feel inhibited, so it's seen as a bad idea, even when a company doesn't face legal or other problems."