Dill Outlines Strategic Plan After Taking Over As CEO Following Trading Scandal


In the aftermath of revelations of unauthorized trading activities at Bridge Trading Co., founder Charles Lebens has held on to his title of chairman while losing managerial responsibility for Bridge Trading and sister company Bridge Information Systems Inc.

Instead, sources close to the company say president Charles Dill, who took over from Lebens as chief executive of Bridge at the behest of two-thirds of the board (IMT, Oct. 2), is left with a mandate to implement his own strategic plans.


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