Richard K. Davidson (born January 9, 1942) is a retired American railway executive. Contents. [hide]. 1 Early life; 2 Railroad career; 3 See also; 4 References; 5 External links. Early life. Davidson was born in Allen, Kansas to a Richard Davidson, a farmer working in soil conservation, and his wife Thelma. His father died ...
Encyclopedia of Business, 2nd ed. Richard K. Davidson 1942— Biography: A-E.
DEFINITION of 'Richard K. Davidson'. A former CEO and chairman of North American railroad franchise Union Pacific Corporation, the parent company of Union Pacific Railroad. Davidson was chairman of Union Pacific Corp. from 1997 to 2007 and CEO from 1997 to 2006. James R. Young succeeded him as CEO in 2006 ...
Richard K. Davidson was born January 9, 1942, in Allen, Kansas, to Richard and Thelma Rees Davidson. His father, a farmer who also did soil conservation work, died when Dick Davidson was six years old. To help cover college expenses, Davidson began working nights and weekends as a brakeman/conductor with the ...
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Mar 23, 1997 ... He'd rather be working near the railroad.So Chairman and Chief Executive Richard "Dick" K. Davidson, a gritty railroad man from Kansas, told his 120 employees at Union Pacific Corp. corporate.
Mar 9, 2016 ... Richard K. Davidson. August 1991 to July 1996, president and CEO of Union Pacific Railroad. July 1996 to January 1997, chief operating officer of Union Pacific Corporation. January 1997 to January 2006, chairman and CEO of Union Pacific Corporation (James Young became chairman in January 2006).
Jun 9, 2012 ... Directors V. Burns Hargis and Richard K. Davidson received just 26% and 27% of votes. They will be among the four boardmembers soon to be replaced, along with Charlie Maxwell, who announced his retirement at 80. After just 85 shareholders attended last year's meeting, this year 230 showed up; 85% ...
Apr 28, 2016 ... Richard Davidson had been studying the brain for more than a decade when he was asked a question that quite literally changed his life. “Why have you been using the tools of modern neuroscience just to study anxiety and stress and fear and depression?” Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, asked the ...