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When former United Technologies Chairman George David (Hartford, Conn./Newport, R.I.) first brought his grand prix racing yacht Rambler to Les Voiles de St. Barth, it was the event's 2010 inaugural edition. David and his team won the superyacht class and helped launch the event's reputation. Les Voiles ...

Twenty years ago, George David, the former chairman of United Technologies, spoke to a similar group about the impacts of globalization, how productivity, competition, and innovation would profoundly affect our world. Back then, he understood the genie of globalization could not be put back in the bottle.
That's understandable, though harsh. These days, the obligation a corporation has to its workers, if any, is a matter of debate. But back in December 1995, George David, then the chief executive of United Technologies, gave his answer. “As a private employer, we cannot guarantee anyone a job,” Mr. David ...
George David, former United Technologies Chairman, was rescued after his boat capsized off Ireland Monday. ... George David's 100-foot yacht, the Rambler 100, was leading the fleet in the Rolex Fastnet Race when its keel broke and it overturned in the Celtic Sea off Ireland's southwestern tip, officials ...
George David stepped down as the day-to-day boss of United Technologies Corp. almost two years ago, but the money keeps rolling in from his long run at the top. David's total compensation at UTC in 2009, his last year as chairman, came to $65.3 million. Most of it was from previously awarded stock and ...
Getty Images. George David will have more free time soon. First, he and his Swedish countess wife split. Now he's retiring from United Technologies. About three months after splitting from his younger Swedish countess of a wife, George David is splitting from his job at the helm of United Technologies Corp ...
Last week we were surprised when Marie Douglas-David, wife of former United Technologies CEO George David, said in her divorce papers that she spent $53,000 a week ($600 of which is on flowers, $4,500 on clothes). Not because she spent that much — hey, she's rich — but because she should have ...


 

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