After just two months in office, McGraw-Hill Inc. president Harold McGraw shook up the vendor's financial information services units. McGraw named James Quandt to head a newly realigned unit comprising the vendor's S&P Information Group and its J.J. Kenny Co. brokerage subsidiary. The two units were previously managed separately.
Displaced in the reorganization was S&P information services unit head Michael Hehir, who is now in charge of new ventures. Quandt assumes Hehir's former areas of o
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