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Retired CEO, Maytag
Nicholas Johnson, Iowa Rainforest Rain Forest Earthpark Earth Park
Brian Morelli, "7 Towns on Rain Forest Site List; Coralville, Riverside, Tiffin Still Under Consideration," Iowa City Press-Citizen, February 1, 2006 (but State Senator Bob Dvorsky was not impressed, "This project needs a change of attitude or else its not going to work anywhere") The story revealed that "A three-person subcommittee of the project's board of directors is scheduled to . . . evaluate the sites: Richard Johnson, former state auditor, of Sheldahl, Betsy Roe, of the president's office at Central College in Pella, and Leonard Hadley, former president and CEO of Maytag Corp.
Three members of the project's Board of Directors will . . . evaluat[e] these sites: . . . Richard Johnson, Betsy Roe, and Leonard Hadley . . . appointed . . . to make the decision by Chairman Robert Ray, because they are leading Iowa citizens, well-respected, and well-travelled").
Dave DeWitte, "Clancey: Corridor a Model For Nation; C.R. Chamber Leader Speaks at I.C. Dinner," The Gazette, February 2, 2006 ("[Former Cedar Rapids Mayor Lee] Clancey said the establishment of a regional identity in the Cedar Rapids-Iowa City Technology Corridor has reached a 'tipping point' beyond which its residents regard themselves a part of a greater regional community just as people from outside view the area as one region [and] provided her recipe for regional success: . . . ample doses of educational excellence, creativity, entrepreneurship, and inclusiveness, along with an advantageous tax structure for business growth and funding support for research and business risk").
Three board members - former Maytag CEO Leonard Hadley of Cedar Rapids, Betsy Roe of Central College in Pella and former State Auditor Richard Johnson of Sheldahl - are reviewing submissions from seven groups.
Among them is Len Hadley, a ...
Among them is Len Hadley, a former CEO of Maytag and the University of Iowa's representative on the Board of Trustees taskforce that proposed the plan.
"This whole discussion was largely a cover for the real strategy, which was redistribution," Hadley, who was the sole taskforce member to vote against the proposal, told an Iowa House subcommittee in February.
The Hoover Company Business Information, Profile, and History - Sales, Vacuum, Million, and Cleaners - JRank Articles
The new chairman and CEO of Maytag, Leonard A. Hadley, soon determined that the best course of action would be to retreat back to North America and concentrate on turning around operations there.
In late 1994, Hoover Australia was sold to Southcorp Holding Ltd. for $82.1 million in cash.
We're hearing from a lot of ...
We're hearing from a lot of folks in this market who are really concerned with the funding model, and one of the people is Len Hadley(retired CEO of Maytag Corp.), who is a well-respected business leader and who served on the funding model task force.
What did he get wrong on the Regents' funding model?
First of all, I'd like to say I really respect Len Hadley's
service on the committee … One of the recognitions that I think hasn't always been made about our funding model is we're talking about just 2 percent of University of Iowa's
annual budget, but also that we're asking for the $12.9 million this next year to be backfilled, so there would be no loss (in funding).