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Susan Johnson was recruited by ...
www.wasatchdigitaliq.com, 27 April 2006 [cached]
Susan Johnson was recruited by Futura Industries 11 years ago by Bob Hansberger, the company's primary owner and a corporate trailblazer who earlier founded Boise Cascade.
By 1964, Hansberger
had taken Futura
and other organizations under its umbrella as wholly-owned subsidiaries.He
heard Johnson give a speech in Sun Valley, Idaho at the Intermountain Employers'
Council.At the time she was president of a Utah division of Mack Trucks, and she remembers saying "if the only reason businesses exist is to build shareholder value, then the way to accomplish that is by making it about the customer, and the way to do that is to make it about the employee."
, [now] in his 80s, is still the driving force behind this company," Johnson maintains.
MK Gold Company Corporate Information
www.mkgold.com, 6 Mar 2001 [cached]
Robert V. HansbergerChairman and Chief Executive Officer, Futura Corporation
Utah Business Magazine - The Magazine for Decision Makers
www.utahbusiness.com, 1 April 2006 [cached]
Johnson was handpicked to lead the aluminum extrusion company by Futura founder Bob Hansberger, who was impressed with Johnson after hearing her speak at an employer's conference.
Ralph Smeed on Statism
www.smeedonstate-ism.com, 5 Jan 1980 [cached]
Hansberger Is For Hansberger
Robert V. Hansberger, owner of the American Broadcasting Corporation(ABC) TV affiliate in Nampa and Pocatello (Channel 6) has announced he will head up an "Idaho Business for Frank Church Steering Committee."
Idaho political watchers remember back in 1964 when Hansberger, then president of the huge Boise-Cascade Corporation, came out forsquare for liberal Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) for president against conservative Sen.
Effective January 31 , 2001 , ...
www.sec.gov, 18 Sept 2001 [cached]
Effective January 31 , 2001 , Robert V. Hansberger resigned from the Board of Directors , creating a vacancy in Class II.