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[Memo, 1978 Jan. 13 : to FCI Board of Directors].

Author: Basil Cox
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Basil Cox explains Family Communications' need for a Chief Executive Officer. He explains that there is no one in charge of the company's finances as a whole, leading to overspending. Fred Rogers, president of FCI, serves as a moral guide, but he is not a businessman.
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Named Person: Barry Head
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Basil Cox
OCLC Number: 236164861
Notes: Series IV.: FCI Founding and Early "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" (1971-1980). Subseries A.: Correspondence.
In folder "Basil Cox daily file, January 1978"
Description: 4 p.

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Basil Cox explains Family Communications' need for a Chief Executive Officer. He explains that there is no one in charge of the company's finances as a whole, leading to overspending. Fred Rogers, president of FCI, serves as a moral guide, but he is not a businessman.

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