James F. Rothenberg

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James Frederic Rothenberg (July 16, 1946 – July 21, 2015), "a leading figure in the investment world",[1] served as president and director of Capital Research and Management Co. (a principal subsidiary of the Capital Group Companies Inc.) and as investment adviser to American Funds.[1] Born in Pittsburgh,[2] Rothenberg was an alumnus of both Harvard College and Harvard Business School and at the time of his death was the treasurer of Harvard University and a member of the Harvard Corporation.[1] James was also a trustee of the California Institute of Technology[3] and a member of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation. He died on July 21, 2015 of a heart attack.[4]


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