COMSAT has announced that its board of directors has elected Irving Goldstein as chairman and chief executive officer, and Marcel Joseph as president and chief operating officer of the corporation, effective October 1 this year.
Mr. Goldstein, who joined the company in 1966 and has been president of COMSAT since 1983, will succeed Dr. Joseph Charyk, who will retire at the end of September.
He will continue to serve on the board of directors of the corporation.
Before becoming president of COMSAT in 1983. Mr. Goldstein had been executive vice president since 1982. Earlier, he held top management positions with the corporation's broadcast satellite and INTELSAT businesses.
Before joining COMSAT in April of 1985 as executive vice president, Mr. Joseph served for 24 years in progressively responsible management positions with General Electric Corporation, most recently as vice president and general manager of GE's Transportation Products Division.
Marcel P. Joseph has been elected executive vice president of Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT), Washington, D.C. He will report to COMSAT president Irving Goldstein, and will be responsible for the management and operations of all of COMSAT's business units. Mr. Joseph comes to COMSAT a
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