Thomas V. McKernan, chief executive of the Automobile Club of Southern California, has retired after serving 46 years with the organization, including 21 in the top post. He was succeeded by Robert Bouttier, who previously was the club's president and chief operating officer.
Bank of New York Mellon's chief executive, Robert Kelly, is the front-runner to succeed retiring Bank of America chief Kenneth Lewis, but compensation issues could get in the way of a deal, The Wall Street Journal reported. Read Post
One of Southern California's best-known commercial real estate brokers, Harvey Green, announced his pending retirement on Friday. Green is president and chief executive of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, a post h... Read Post