Irving S. Shapiro
Irving Saul Shapiro (July 15, 1916 - September 13, 2001) was an American lawyer and businessman, best known for being the first lawyer, and the first person outside the Dupont family, to become CEO of DuPont. Shapiro served as DuPont chairman from December 1973 to 1981. In 1987, he took over leadership of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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- Harvard Business School Leadership
- Bata Bheag: Portrait of Irving S. Shapiro by Charles Marchant Stevenson
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