Two weeks ago, Thomson Financial's parent Thomson Corp. shed a company—its Thomson Learning division. Last week, Thomson Financial shed a familiar face in the form of Lou Eccleston, president of global sales, marketing and services, who suddenly left the company—as the time-honored farewell goes—"to pursue other interests."
With few exceptions, losing one of the public faces of a company is rarely a good thing. Even if the company moves swiftly to fill the gap that an individual leaves, as Th
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