Fairchild Corporation

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The Fairchild Corporation is the successor corporation of Fairchild Industries, Inc. Banner Aerospace is one of the company's major subsidiaries.[1]

Jeffrey Steiner was the company's CEO until his resignation in October 2008; he died a month later. As of February 2009, the firm has been delisted from the New York Stock Exchange; a number of executives had recently left the company's senior management team, including Steiner's son, Eric; and the firm was being run by interim chief executive Phillip Sassower, the head of a New York private-equity firm that is Fairchild's largest shareholder.[2]

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  1. ^ Banner Aerospace, Inc. - Company History
  2. ^ Michael S. Rosenwald (February 9, 2009). "Steiner's Fairchild Struggles On Without Him". Washington Post. 

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