After 16 months in office, McGraw-Hill Inc.'s Financial Information Services Group's (FISG) president James Quandt has reorganized FISG, reducing somewhat the number of people who report directly to him. As part of the so-called realignment, effective since the beginning of the first quarter, group vice presidents Alan Redpath and John Zwingli have assumed more of the management burden. Quandt's direct reports now number eight.
Before the changes, FISG was comprised of two groups -- S&P Infor
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