McGraw-Hill Financial's Eccleston on the New Company

King of the Hill

Lou Eccleston is president of the new McGraw-Hill Financial

When Lou Eccleston resigned from Bloomberg in 2002 after a 14-year run, it was said at the time he had been a contender for the top job, but was beaten by a rival for the opportunity to become Michael Bloomberg’s successor. This time, however, he has come out on top.

Previously head of the Firms division at Standard & Poor’s, Eccleston already had the Manhattan corner office with a view. But his scope has just been considerably widened—with a $1.2 billion business to lead. In December, he was

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