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Richard W. Miller became Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Office of RCA in 1982, later becoming Executive Vice President, Consumer Products and Entertainment. After the acquisition of RCA by GE in 1986 he continued in a senior vice president position before joining Wang Laboratories in 1988.
General Electric Co. names two RCA Corp. executives to top posts at GE, first such appointments since two companies merged; names Richard W. Miller senior vice president, consumer electronics, and Carl R. Turner vice president of GE's semiconductor business.
- July 1, 1986 Wall Street Journal
Richard W. Miller announced this week that he was stepping down as chairman and chief executive officer of Wang Laboratories in order to facilitate the company's business plan and organization structure for emergence from Chapter 11 protection. The board of directors named the three top executives of the company to lead Wang in a newly established corporate executive office. The corporate executive office consists of Michael F. Mee, chairman and chief financial officer; Donald P. Casey, president and chief development officer; and Joseph M. Tucci, president and chief executive officer. All three were executive vice presidents reporting to Miller. Miller said, "I proposed stepping down because Wang is preparing to emerge from Chapter 11 proceedings as a much smaller company. It needs to finalize a smaller and less costly management structure that will lead the company into the future. I am comfortable about stepping aside now because the company's business planning process is well advanced and management and the creditors' committee are working on a joint plan of reorganization designed to lead to the company's timely emergency from Chapter 11."
- January 23, 1993 Z*NET News Release
Richard W. Miller, 54, has been AT&T Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since 1993. Formerly chairman and CEO of Wang Laboratories, Inc., senior vice president and general manager for consumer electronics at General Electric Company and chief financial officer for RCA.
- AT&T 1994 Annual Report
Richard W. Miller, 59, has been a director of the Company since June 1998 and was a director of Avalon Properties from May 1997 through the consummation of the Merger in June 1998. From 1993 through 1997, he served as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of AT&T and as a member of AT&T's Chairman's Office. For the three years prior to joining AT&T, Mr. Miller was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wang Laboratories, Inc.
From 1982 through 1988, he was with RCA Corporation and the General Electric Company, which acquired RCA in 1986, first as RCA's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, then as RCA's Executive Vice President Consumer Products and Entertainment, overseeing what was then the largest consumer electronics business in the U.S., and finally as GE's Senior Vice President - Consumer Electronics. From 1970 to 1982, Mr. Miller was with Penn Central Corporation, including positions as the Chief Financial Officer of the parent company and Executive Vice President of its principal real estate subsidiary, Arvida Corporation. Mr. Miller holds a B.B.A. degree in economics from Case Western Reserve University and an M.B.A. in Finance from the Harvard Business School. Mr. Miller also serves as a director of Closure Medical Corporation, SBA Communications, Inc and MPower Communications Corporation.
- April 7, 2000 AvalonBay Proxy Statement
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