28 Oct 03. Goodrich Corp. plans to relocate equipment and capabilities from Englewood, N.J. and Aurora, Ohio to a vacant building the company owns in Monroe, N.C. The move will add between 125 and 150 jobs in late 2004 to North Carolina,
30 Oct 03. Boeing named Senior Vice President James M. Jamieson as its chief technology officer, responsible for shaping the strategic technology vision of company. Jamieson, 55, is a 27-year veteran of the company and most recently has been the senior vice president of airplane programs for Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Seattle, Wash.
24 Oct 03. Lockheed Martin has announced that Edward S. Taft will assume the role of senior vice president of Human Resources, effective January 1, 2004. Additionally, Maryanne R. Lavan has been named vice president, Ethics and Business Conduct, for the corporation, effective immediately. In his new position, Taft will oversee all human resources functions and initiatives.
21 Oct 03. Goodrich Corp. named Marshall Larsen chairman of its board, succeeding David Burner. Burner, who will retire as president and chief executive in April, also stepped down from the board.
29 Oct 03. Lockheed Martin named Darlene Weiss to the position of director of Human Resources for its Maritime Systems & Sensors (MS2) Tactical Systems line of business in Eagan. In this position, Weiss is responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s Human Resources plans, programs and activities, and overseeing the facility’s Security department.